This autobiographical work is truly the capstone to the career of the man widely regarded as the "Father of Black Theology." Dr. Cone, a distinguished professor at Union Theological Seminary, died April 27, 2018. During the 1960s and O70s he argued for racial justice and an interpretation of the Christian Gospel that elevated the voices of the oppressed.ssed.
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Life for many people does not offer much to be celebrated. Finances are tight, relationships have gone badly, health concerns have risen, children are becoming unmanageable, and it has caused many people to feel defeated. The Daily Words of Encouragement will lift the broken hearted, give hope to the hopeless, and bring healing for your soul.
My book comes from life experiences and the joy of having girls which was, and still is, a challenge as you watch them grow both spiritually and mentally. My home life was grounded. My parents believed in discipline and old-time beatings. Living in warm surroundings with grandparents who were in our lives, and aunts and uncles who also watched over us when we were younger has taught us that life is, and always will be, about family first. As you read in my book, you will see that every day started out with either a Scripture or just a simple prayer to say Thank you, Lord for bringing me through.
This book is a picture of prison life from the inside. It illustrates prison life as, at turns, exciting, surprising, distressing and, often, amusing. Each day is different, and anyone who walks through a prison gate had better be alert. It tells of the small human dramas that play out daily among staff, prisoners, and others who enter this gated world. It calls the reader to see that justice begins by seeing each person, staff or prisoner, as an individual with his or her own story. The passion of the author is to portray prison life as continuous with life in broader society. In prisons, we meet the same cast of characters, the same temptations, the same dangers, and the same rewards as on the outside. Rather than regarding prisons as separate worlds, we should regard them as extensions of the society in which we live. This is important because there is a continuous flow between prisons and the broader society. Those who go to prison usually return to society. Understanding how prisons work will help us as we consider how to reintegrate former prisoners into our society. As the author argues, this is difficult but important work.
The Evangelizing Church moves from theory to practice as it relates the theology of evangelism to the life of congregations that are seeking to proclaim the gospel in the emerging postmodern context. It provides congregations with perspectives on how to utilize this theology in shaping the practice of evangelism within their church life.
The year is 1989. Lamar L.A. Davis the 3rd has a vision that can impact a generation. His religious father Bishop L.A. Davis, Jr., considers the vision a threat to his church so he does whatever it takes to destroy it. And Eugene, a young millionaire and proud supporter of Bishop, is on a mission to damage L.As image. Despite the plans of Bishop and Eugene, L.A. goes forth with the vision, assisted by his best friends V and Chazz, and supported by his love interest Deanna and his aunt Lucy. Success and favor come quickly, but then hell breaks loose. L.As past comes back to haunt him, family secrets are revealed, and the integrity of L.A.s crew is questioned. Will he allow his goals to abort, or will his faith remain unshaken?
Diane Deception takes place in ghetto America. It's the ghetto way of life that's been bread in the minds of young women. When worlds collide and deception is involved, there's always a sad ending which leads to new beginnings.