Mar 19

Therapeutic Dimensions of Black Preaching: The liberating impact on a people of Color

This book presents Liberative Black Preaching (Lbp) as an optimal homiletic model designed to function as a therapeutic intervention for African descent persons in the Black church context. Built upon the foundation of a Black theological anthropology, this exposition addresses Black self-identity that is informed by a Universal African Worldview (Uaw). The book argues that […]

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Mar 18

Pastor’s Time: A Theological Perspective on Overcoming Trials and How to Spiritually Discern Deception

In this Powerful and Anointing book, Pastor’s Time- Turning Your Trials Into Victory, as an anointing & ordained Pastor of Theology, the Powerful Spirit of God has given me knowledge, Wisdom, “Discernment,” & understanding. God’s Holy Spirit has revealed to me that many believers have been severely & mentally traumatized and displaced by the deceptive […]

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Mar 18

SCALES OF POWER: AD 2008 – In a War, Scales of Power Must Balance

War is an Art of Balance. Peace can only be negotiated but never achieved. In AD 2008, the Universe is in a brink of oblivion. The year begins with, COSMOS a band of Elite Super-Humans residing in different realms, planets, voids and dimensions within the universe. Galaxycians are watchers of the universe ruled by Wrath-Tilius. […]

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Mar 18

Discovering The Purpose in a Crisis

Joyce Franklin-Smith, is a mom, grandmother, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and President of Helping Hand Asset Relief Program. A non-profit organization that assists surviving families, with Funeral and Burial Expenses in the event the deceased was uninsured. Ms. Franklin-Smith would like for people to understand in life, we will encounter difficult moments, unpleasant situations and people. However, […]

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Mar 18

SUCCESS NOW – How to Forgive Your Past

When the past won’t let you go, and your future won’t let you in, you CHANGE. Humanity suffers because of memories. Yes past memories. As a matter of fact, everything we do comfortably, comes from a past experience. We tend to avoid, new experiences and or unpleasant, past experiences. Your internal abilities to overcome Emotional […]

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Mar 03

EDUCATIONAL

Text Books, Dissertations, Capstone Projects, Periodicals and Magazines

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Mar 03

2018’s Big Book-to-Screen Adaptations

By Cybil on January 08, 2018 Sponsored by Forever My Girl. Book lovers are about to see a ton of their favorite novels come to theaters and televisions in 2018. And some of the biggest stars will be in on the adaptation action, from Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, and Mindy Kaling starring in A Wrinkle […]

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Mar 03

Mack & Gloria An African American-Love Affair

It all started when I was born in 1956. I grew up in a predominantly African American neighborhood in San Antonio TX. There might have been 1 or 2 Mexican American families in the whole neighborhood. But no other race lived there at that time. The neighborhood, comprised of 20 homes on either side of […]

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Mar 03

When my Father Left, I Lost my Sight

WHEN MY FATHER LEFT, I LOST MY SIGHT is a story of a girl, born to teenage parents. She must learn to deal with the impact and harsh realities of a single parent household, while navigating deep emotional and psychological deprivations caused by an absentee father. This trauma causes her to endure, perilous circumstances while […]

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