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The Haves and Have-Nots

release date: Apr 26, 2017
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The Haves and Have-Nots
The significance of Dr. John Green's book entitled The Haves and The Have-nots: Guidelines for Leading Congregational Change and Economically Empowering Poor Communities, rests in his concern about the economically poor communities in which black churches find themselves and thus carryout their ministries. It is an intriguing practical and theological exploration with the major goal of the narrative to present models of ministry grounded in sound biblical theology, and supported by theologians and practitioners familiar with local church outreach strategies and who have chronicled their experiences about churches doing ministry among the economically disadvantaged. The importance of Dr. Green's book rests in the question of whether or not African American churches will be able to rise above their middle-class status in order to reach out to the poorer communities surrounding their churches. The book presents leadership strategies that will enable pastors as well as the leadership in local churches to begin to engage in congregational change. Presenting leadership strategies for overcoming the status anxiety that hinders outreach of local black churches to the community is the goal of this well-written book. Edward P. Wimberly, Jarena Lee Professor Pastoral Care and Counseling Interdenominational Theological Center

There's a Dragon in My Cupboard

release date: Jan 01, 1990
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Death Club

release date: Apr 01, 2004
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Nurse Practitioners Employed in Emergency Departments

release date: Jan 01, 2006
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2037

release date: Apr 28, 2020
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2037
FICTION OR PREDICTION?An unsettling view of America as it could become as seen through the eyes of many ordinary people including a reporter, three old friends with widely different backgrounds and a sweet, but smart librarian in the tiny town of Ash Fork, Arizona. A short novel about big issues.

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The Killing

release date: Apr 27, 2021
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The Killing
He looked down at his stained, age-spotted and wrinkled hands, covered with scars, reminders of old accidents and wondered how much time had passed and how much he had left. He had always been proud of his hands. They had been dexterous and talented, supple and sensitive. Now they were relics of times gone by. As the nicotine took hold, he remembered his purpose for the day. He had to kill J.D. Bekins.Plus five other compact stories of murder, mayhem and assassinations

PM Me

release date: Apr 26, 2020
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PM Me
Facebook goes bust and a new social media giant called Chat Junction takes its place. Much of the story takes place as dialog in the form of private messages back and forth between the major and minor characters as they deal with their various life issues. New relationships are formed as old ones also enter the fray along with some unsavory characters bent on mayhem both social and physical. The story is timely in the sense that it deals with contemporary social and governmental issues and the implications of both. The small insets on the cover speak of the action as people try to take control their lives, seeking alternate directions and in some cases delete people both virtually and physically.

Lola, Sam and the Jackalope

release date: Apr 29, 2020
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Lola, Sam and the Jackalope
Heartwarming tales of adventure, deep friendships and courage. For young and young-at-heart readers.(AGES 11-12 AND UP)Two dogs, one from the city, the other from the wilds of Northern Arizona become best friends and share countless adventures.After helping a mother jackrabbit they face grave danger and have an unexpected meeting with the mythical Jackalope.As told from the dog Lola's point of view - Illustrated with real-life photos. Also contains a brief history of Ash Fork Arizona - "The other town too tough to die."Expanded to Novella (short novel size) from the short story version contained in The Wind in the Junipers.

Alice and the Birthday Giant [braille]

release date: Jan 01, 1990
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