The journey of one of us is the journey of all of us. In these pages we are drawn into the journey of a young African American girl from South Carolina to the United States Naval Academy and then into a calling as a speaker, mentor, writer, and teacher. Intertwined with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson's story is the story of Moses, a young leader who was born into a marginalized people group, resisted injustices of Pharaoh, denied the power of Egypt, and trusted God even when he did not fully understand or know where he was going. Along the way we courageously explore the spiritual and physical tensions of truth-telling, character and leadership development, and bridge building across racial/ethnic, socioeconomic, and gender lines. You are invited to bring along your story as well - to discover your own identity, explore your truth-revealing moments, to live unafraid, and to gain a deeper sense of purpose.


If your business team, leaders, college students, church, small group, book club, friends, or Bible study are interested in having honest conversations about the divides of racism, sexism, and economic injustice, then this is the resource for you.


Let me EQUIP you to have these important conversations with grace and love. We can learn and grow together to courageously and boldly become agents of justice and truth.  


This is how it works:

·        STEP 1: Gather your group.

·        STEP 2: Sign up below to receive the book discussion questions and affirmations for your discussion group.  

·        STEP 3: Once you sign up, you will also receive an invitation to join Natasha’s private Facebook classroom where you can engage with her and other thoughtful discussion group leaders directly concerning the book’s contents.  

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Endorsements for A Sojourner’s Truth

A Sojourner’s Truth is a strikingly vulnerable work. In these pages, Natasha Sistrunk Robinson gifts us with her compelling story in hopes of setting us on a liberative path towards personal change, dependency on God, and faithful action. This book is right on time because it is capable of guiding women and men to genuine self-examination, growth, and leadership. We need Natasha’s voice right now!

Dr. Drew G. I. Hart, Assistant Professor of Theology at Messiah College and author of Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism

"This book is a bridge over troubled waters and at times steps into those waters to reveal transformative truths about our broken world. Allow the powerful, troubling, reconciling, and dynamic words from Mrs. Robinson to move you towards a life of deeper insight and impact."

Rev. Dr. Efrem Smith, Co-Pastor of Bayside Church Midtown and author of Killing Us Softly


In A Sojourner’s Truth, Natasha Sistrunk Robinson weaves together three pivotal stories: her personal journey to freedom, the path of African Americans towards liberation, and the Exodus experience of the Israelites. With a swift and truthful pen, Natasha calls the reader to examine their personal history while she excavates American history and the Biblical narrative. As a leader, mentor and prophetic voice of justice, Natasha has written a work that is a guide book and a guide post, pushing the reader toward courage, boldness, and hope.

Amena Brown, spoke word poet and author of non-fiction book How to Fix a Broken Record  

In A Sojourner’s Truth, Natasha leads us through the story of Moses and through the raw reality of her own journey. Her exposition is profound, her cultural analysis is incisive and truth-telling, her personal story is both searing and vulnerable. Then Natasha leads us further still. She invites us to engage with our own story and our purpose in the world. This book is a must read-but also a must learn from!

Jo Saxton, Author of The Dream of You, Co-host of the Lead Stories Podcast 


"Of the three transcendentals—beauty, goodness, and truth—it is the last one, truth, that is most under siege today in our postmodern world. This important, inspiring, and well-written book allows the light of truth to shine through uplifting—and at times heart-wrenching—stories and insights that use the theme of exodus as a guiding image. This book will stay with me for a long time."

James Bryan Smith, author of The Good and Beautiful God

"Wrapping super-helpful teaching around a super-intriguing story, Natasha Sistrunk Robinson—in her prophetic voice—calls each of us toward greater self-insight, healing, and reconciliation. Natasha writes as she lives—with integrity of character—and shares inspirational stories of courage and devotion along with an always-present authenticity. Be prepared to be challenged!"

Debra Hirsch, missional leader and speaker, author of Untamed and Redeeming Sex

"I love the way this woman writes! Guided by biblical insights, emotional honesty, and social relevance, Natasha Sistrunk Robinson does a masterful job of taking us on a journey that empowers us to lead others and ourselves out of the wilderness into the promised land of purpose, reconciliation, and real-life transformation. I highly recommend this book!"

Brenda Salter McNeil, author of A Credible Witness and Roadmap to Reconciliation


"Bold. Honest. Provocative. Wise. Natasha Robinson's voice brings all of these qualities to bear at a time when gracious but uncompromising truth telling is needed more than ever. Her personal story and biblical teaching connect us to God's heart on matters of compassion, justice, and leadership. She's the ideal guide for this tough but inspiring journey."

Edward Gilbreath, author of Reconciliation Blues and Birmingham Revolution

"I am grateful for this sister's journey and for her willingness to share it. I am also grateful for her hard-won truth and her courage in declaring it. Read it and find clarity and courage to 'act, change, live, and stay on the redemptive path!'"

Ruth Haley Barton, founder of the Transforming Center, author of Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership


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