New Release Books by Michelle Reyes

Michelle Reyes is the author of The Race-Wise Family (2022), Becoming All Things (2021), The Art of Taleh (2017), Armor of God (2020) and other 3 books.

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The Race-Wise Family

release date: May 17, 2022
The Race-Wise Family
A timely resource to equip Christian parents to better understand the roots of racism and provide practical guidance on addressing issues of race within their families. Never before has the topic of race been such a pressing conversation within American households. Christian parents need to be equipped with a biblical foundation for how to raise race-wise children who will treat all people equally and respectfully. The Race-Wise Family walks Christian parents through ten distinct postures of the heart to raise kingdom-minded children who will stand against racial injustice and inequity as part of their Christian witness and discipleship. Incredibly actionable, The Race-Wise Family includes: • Key Scripture and takeaways for understanding a biblical theology of race • Discussion questions, prayers, and conversation starters for families to work through together • Activities and resources families can use to be active in their communities No matter where parents and families are on their journey toward racial awareness, The Race-Wise Family will give parents the practical tools they need to raise children who can confidently engage with today’s challenges of race and culture and become change agents of hope and healing.

Becoming All Things

release date: Apr 27, 2021
Becoming All Things
Cultural identities and cross-cultural engagement are not things that anyone can choose to ignore anymore, least of all Christians. Many of us want to have diverse friends and are passionate about justice. But if we are serious about cross-cultural relationships--real relationships that lead to understanding, healing and solidarity across cultural lines--we need to be willing to change. And that's not something that comes easy for any of us. In Becoming All Things, Michelle Reyes offers a poignant discussion on the challenges surrounding cross-cultural relationships in America today, including the reasons for cultural difference, stereotyping, appropriation, gentrification, racism, and more. Seeking to deconstruct these things in our own lives, Reyes focuses on the concept of cultural accommodation in 1 Corinthians 9:19-23, and looks at the ways in which we need to adapt who we are in order to become all things to all people. The problems inherent in cross-cultural relationships have to do with us. We have to do better. With language that's witty, funny, and accessible, Reyes offers hope for majority and minority alike by showing what's possible when all of us are willing to try something new.

The Art of Taleh

release date: Jan 16, 2017
The Art of Taleh
This book is intended to encourage people to become better readers of the Bible. It takes a brief journey through the Gospel of John, highlighting well-known passages, both brief and extended, with the threefold purpose of growing deeper in our theological, literary and historical understanding of God's Word.

Armor of God

release date: Dec 19, 2020
Armor of God
The Prayer Warrior Guide for Working Women: Learn about the Lives ofCourageous Biblical Women and How to Overcome All Challenges Life Throws YourWay With the Power of Faith! Becoming a successful woman in a so-calledman's world is an incredibly challenging task. Women find it difficult to focus on theirsuccess only. Instead, they also have to take care of their family, raise children, and ensurethat harmony is always present in their homes. As a result, they end up stressed out withcountless other unmet desires. But, you have the power to break this viciouscycle, just like the women of the Bible did! From Genesis to Revelations, the Bible isfilled with real women who had real issues. These powerful ladies were able to fight forthemselves and conquer anyone and anything that stood in their way. Their lives arerepresentations and reflections of our collective pain, questions, doubts, faith,expectations, and experiences. Journeying with the women of the Bible throughtheir trials and tribulations will inspire you to take matters into your own hands andovercome all the challenges that are troubling you. Here's what you candiscover inside this book: Journeys of Biblical women: Learnhow Eve, Rebekah, Lot's wife, Sarah, Hagar, Leah, Racheal, Potiphar's wife, Jochebed,and Tamar found the inner strength to make changes in their lives and impact the wholeworld. Belief will guide you through your darkest moments: Believingwhen you're at your lowest is challenging. Learn how Biblical women kept their faith andsuccessfully navigated the sea of endless challenges. A guide for growth andself-improvement: Every story ends with a section for reflection, practicalapplication questions, and prayers that will help you find your path tosuccess. Read the stories of the strongest Biblical women andlearn from their experiences. This book will teach you the right way to approach and stayon top of life's circumstances. It will also remind you of the power of God and the terrificvictories he awards all believers with, as long as they have faith in him. Scrollup, click on "Buy Now with 1-Click", and Get Your Copy Now!

Living with Lady Macbeth

release date: Jan 01, 2013

Bacterial Composition of Human Milk Pumped and Stored in Real-life Conditions

release date: Jan 01, 2019
Bacterial Composition of Human Milk Pumped and Stored in Real-life Conditions
Women use a variety of practices to handle and store their pumped breast milk. Little is known about how these practices influence milk's bacterial composition. We conducted an in-home randomized, controlled, crossover trial and an observational substudy within it. Fifty-two women pumped the same breast twice within 3.5 h, once with their own pumps and collection kits ("own" supplies) and once with a multiuser pump and sterile collection kits ("sterile" supplies). The type of pump supplies used first was randomized. Milk samples were separated into sterile containers and processed within 2 h after expression or after storage in home refrigerators for 2 or 4 d, or in home freezers for up to 30 d with or without refrigeration for the first 4 d. Before women pumped with their own supplies, the following areas were swabbed: areolas, women's hands, collection kits, pump tubing, and infants' mouths. Bacterial composition was assessed via aerobic culturing (milk only) and high-throughput sequencing of the V1-V3 region of the 16S rRNA gene from DNA extracted from samples (milk and swabs). Women's pumping practices were recorded. Culture and 16S analyses revealed the bacterial composition of milk collected with women's own supplies contained several times more live aerobic and gram-negative bacteria, and >7 times more Proteobacteria than milk collected with sterile supplies. The majority of these extra bacteria likely originated from milk collection kits and survived refrigeration, freezing, or both better than native milk bacteria (bacteria in milk collected with sterile supplies). More rigorous cleaning practices (e.g., sterilization versus washing or rinsing) were associated with significantly fewer bacteria in milk collected with women's own supplies, including several times lower odds of milk being culture-positive for gram-negative bacteria. This research revealed typical real-life pumping practices changed the bacterial composition of breast milk, most notably by adding live gram-negative bacteria and Proteobacteria. The majority of these extra bacteria likely originated from milk collection kits and survived storage better than native milk bacteria. These findings can contribute to the development of evidence-based recommendations for handling and storing pumped milk pumped. More research is needed to understand the implications of these findings for infant and maternal health.

Assessing College Students' Comfort and Acceptance of Nurse Practitioners for Role Promotion

release date: Jan 01, 2012
Assessing College Students' Comfort and Acceptance of Nurse Practitioners for Role Promotion
Abstract: College students are future health care consumers with great influence on decision-making relating to health services for different generations. Therefore, their perceptions of nurse practitioners are of interest. The objective was to determine how their demographic characteristics correspond to the acceptance of the nurse practitioner for guidance in terms of marketing the role for viability and sustainability of the profession. Commercial and personal marketing is lacking for this particular role. Data was collected from 98 subjects from campus. Participants were asked to self-report on a two-part survey consisting of demographics and questions pertaining to comfort levels with the nurse practitioner. Results were statistically analyzed using chi-square tests and analysis of variance. It was concluded that advocacy and public awareness is necessary since there is still major confusion surrounding the role. Recommendations for future research include repeating the study with a more diverse population of subjects in a variety of settings.
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