Harriet Tubman was born into slavery on a plantation in Tidewater, Maryland. More than anything else, she yearned for freedom. She overcame immense fears and forged ahead with her belief in God, not letting anything or anyone stand in her way.
Acknowledged as one of America’s greatest heroes, Harriet had sufficient faith in God to enable her to become the conductor of the Underground Railroad. She helped many slaves find freedom not only from slavery but also in Christ. Learn of this great woman of God by reading Courage to Run!