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by S. Denice NewtonWhen S. Denice Newton made a trip to Zimbabwe, on the continent of Africa in 2011, she didn't know that it would profoundly impact her life and change her focus. For several weeks she was able to see up close and personal, the devastation of the AIDS/HIV pandemic that is destroying black people in Zimbabwe. Additionally, economic devastation and political turmoil is leaving the people little to hope for. After returning to the United States, Denice focused on the crime, violence, AIDS/HIV crisis... more
by S. Denice NewtonThe undeniable power of women comes alive in this anthology following 50 fierce, courageous women through their stories of trials, tribulations, and triumph. These women from vastly different backgrounds unite to empower women near and far to walk in their purpose and destiny and conquer that which seeks to hold them back. When women come together regardless of age or circumstance, they shatter the image of the subservient female and prove the power of women can move mountains and make a lasting... more
by Amber Cote/ Heather CombsPREVIEW: "I'll never forget the last words my fiancé said to me before I watched him die. “You want me to end all of your problems, Amber? I’ll end them all right now!” He spat his words through clenched teeth, his jaw was locked. Kirk’s normally composed personality had disappeared, replaced with that of a hysterical man—a man who was right in front of me. His wrath had quickly diminished what I knew of the easy-going man I was scheduled to marry in two months. He struggled and c... more
by Dionne FieldsHonoring A Special College This Book is dedicated to eight special black colleges and universities. In 1995 I had honor over 25 black colleges and university with one of My poems. Only eight colleges and university responded with a thank you. I promise my self when I got older. I wanted to thank them for allowing me To honor their college with my poems. And to have encourage me as a young black female poet to keep written and improving my skills. Still man... more
Lady Bird: Shawn's Sixth Sense: A Special Needs Boy Takes Full Advantage of His Senses -- And His Dog -- To Live His Life Fullyby Gracie BradfordShawn and his friends FEEL, TASTE, HEAR, and LADY BIRD learn a new way of life and valuable lessons through friendship, motivation, inspiration and blind instinct after losing their sight. After being labeled as special needs kids, they take full advantage of their senses and of the dog to live life fully.
by Linda F. Williams, MSWDescribed as The Battlefield of the Mind meets The Purpose Driven Life, against a backdrop of the Master Plan, Whose Apple is it Anyway! pulls it all together equipping you with two powerful tools reclaim enemy territory and realign yourself with destiny. In her own unique voice, the author tells a story of emotional and physical abuse, rape, divorce and a 17-year marriage to a man convicted as a sexual predator. This is not your grandparents’ self-help book. This is real talk for real people... more
by Mehmet KeçeciÖzlü Sözler, Alıntılar, Quotes, proverbs, Turkish Proverbs, özlü söz, ata sözü, sav, halk deyişi, Türkçe Özlü Sözler, Türkçe Alıntılar, Atasözü, İrsal-i Mesel, Darb-ı Mesel, Kelâm-ı Kibâr, Cevâmiulkelîm, Âyetler, Hadîsler, verses, hadiths, quote, quotation, proverb, Sprichwort, kotowaza, 谚语, Yànyǔ, Пословица, Poslovitsa, Proverbium, el-Mesel, Mehmet Keçeci'nin Sözleri, Mehmet Keçeci Quotes, Quotaions of Mehmet Keçeci, Mefumetto Kecheji, Mehmet Keçeci, Мехмет Кечеджи, Мехмет Кечеци, メフメット ケチェジ, م... more
by Mel Alexenberg
Photograph God: Creating a Spiritual Blog of Your Life is an adventuresome book that develops conceptual and practical tools for creatively photographing God as divine light reflected from every facet of life. It teaches how to weave these photos of God into a blog that draws on the wisdom of kabbalah in a networked world to craft a vibrant dialogue between the blogger’s story and the biblical narrative. An exemplary spiritual... more
by Michael RaymondThis is a book of the human experience. It puts forth a path that better allows for the power of our mystery. It takes personal experiences of a boy growing up in the Bronx, New York, and expounds upon them in a way that shows how many accepted habits are working against us. It points out the seamless choices we make that have a huge impact on us individually, and in turn ratchet up to have large scale effects. It is also a story of a person who went through overwhelming physical and menta... more
by Anita E. KeireFor 15 weeks, seven people gather to discuss their and other people's beliefs on resurrection. Listen, learn, and join the conversation on whether Jesus rose from the dead. Will you? Does death have the final word? Develop an understanding of resurrection beliefs beginning with Ezekiel and profiled through the centuries to today within the Christian and Jewish communities.
by Michellle Covington-Crawford
by Edith Jones“Brain Storm” is the deeply personal and inspirational account of the survivor of a brain tumor – a tumor the size of an orange. Be encouraged as Edith shares how faith and family helped her through the diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Be prepared to laugh and cry as Edith shares her remarkable journey. Her doctors and nurses were transformed through Edith’s experiences; you will be too!
by Laura Seeley
Be witness to what happens inside a closed cardboard box during Jerome’s very bumpy journey...
Bound for a foster home one snowy evening, 14 stuffed animal toys are bounced around inside a cardboard box in the back of a truck. Jerome, a brown puppy, is convinced that the children won’t like him once they set eyes on the other animals and all their wonderful attributes. And each face has a BIG SMILE... each face, that is, except Jerome’s. HIS smile has accidentall... more
by Laura SeeleyWritten with humor and in verse, the pitfalls of pride and jealousy are revealed to one very attractive Dalmatian puppy. Proud of his own spots and determined to be unique, McHorn hides every other spotted thing he comes across in an old hollow tree. This campaign works for a while until he discovers, IN HIS OWN HOME, a most frightening competitor - a stuffed Dalmatian toy dog... just as handsome as himself! His war against the spotted interloper sparks a dramatic awakening for the self-cent... more
by Mari Selby
by P Amelia Campbell