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The Complete Langston Family Saga

Author : LaShonda Bowman
ISBN : 1533237077
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With the death of their mother, family secrets surface and the Langston sisters' lives begin to unravel. Little do they know, it's going to get a whole lot worse before it gets better. But here's another thing the sisters aren't aware of: God has been working behind the scenes and He's about to show up and show out on their behalf. Though the trials and tribulations they face are unlike anything they'd ever imagined, God's grace not only proves to be sufficient, but abounding. Laugh, cry and pray with the Langston family as they learn, even when those closest to you mean you harm, God is always ready & willing to turn it around for your good! BOOK 1: He Restores My Soul When the Langston sisters return home for their mother's funeral, it's not in grief, but in relief. Though Mahalia Langston was known as a gospel music pioneer among the church community, her daughters knew her as someone else altogether. The three women hope that, along with their mother, they can finally bury the secrets that plagued their childhood. But that's no longer an option when tragedy strikes and the sisters are forced to deal with the past they've spent their whole lives trying to forget. With the help of a praying woman, the sisters begin to think emotional healing is a real possibility. Until, that is, they learn their mother had one final secret. A secret so earth shattering, only the grace of God will help them get through it. BOOK 2: Then Sings My Soul The weekend of Mahalia Langston's funeral changed her daughters lives forever. And though still reeling from the earth shattering revelation that followed their mother's death, they must return to Atlanta and their day-to-day lives. For Kristina, that means preparing for her upcoming tour. However, the repercussions of her mother's deception can still be felt. And this time, it will lead Kristina to the last person she ever expected to see again, her first love... Omar Williams has everything - money, looks, a daughter he adores and, most importantly, a relationship with Jesus. But that doesn't mean he isn't plagued with heartache over his past. So when he gets a second chance at first love, he knows it's God answering his longtime prayer. What he didn't expect was the seemingly insurmountable obstacles that would come with that second chance. As events unfold-amidst secrets, lies, revelations and betrayals-he's faced with a heartbreaking choice. A choice only God Himself can give Omar the strength to make. BOOK 3: My Soul Is Satisfied Kristina Langston had never been happier. After recommitting her life to God and reconnecting with her first love, she was ready to live the "more abundant" life she'd read about. Then, in an instant, everything changed. Instead of looking forward to a summer of getting to know and love her newfound family, she finds herself rushing into an overcrowded emergency room, in search of the people she loves most. In this, the final installment of the Langston Saga, the family is faced with their greatest obstacles yet. Before it's all said and done, they'll make choices they never imagined they would and say goodbye to loved ones they never expected to lose. But in the face of so much tragedy and loss, will they be able to keep the faith? And even if they can, will it be enough?

He Restores My Soul

Author : Jennifer Kennedy Dean
ISBN : 9781433669590
Genre : Religion
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According to Jennifer Kennedy Dean, "God's people are 'silver'-they are the most malleable, the most resistant to corrosion, the most reflective, and the best conductors of power." In her 40-day program for spiritual renewal, Dean assists readers in discovering their potential for an inner transformation that will make them sensitive to God's shaping hand. Based on biblical precedents, He Restores My Soul guides readers toward quiet moments of worship called "retreats"-special times in the presence of God when the soul and self can be revitalized. By emphasizing the importance of Scripture, quiet reflection, listening prayer, and worship, Dean helps Christians become pure as silver. Only then can they reflect the true glory of God.

He Restoreth My Soul

Author : Donald L. Hilton (Jr.)
ISBN : 0981957609
Genre : Mormon Church
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Technology has accelerated our fascination with pleasure. Indeed, the power of pleasure has been underestimated, and Internet pornography is changing the world in a fundamental way.In this book, author Donald L. Hilton Jr., MD explores the destructive power of pornography addiction, not just from a moral and spiritual perspective, but with the scrutiny of modern science. Current research tells us that there is little difference in physical or chemical changes in the pleasure and control centers of the brain regardless of whether the addiction is "from a chemical or an experience," as stated in the journal Science. (Constance Holden, "Behavioral Addictions: Do They Exist? Science, 294 (5544) 2 November 2001, 980.)Relying on the latest research on addiction, and merging this knowledge with spiritual aspects of repentance and recovery, the author provides understanding and hope to those who seek healing and restoration of both body and spirit, which are the "soul of man."

On Her Own Ground

Author : A'Lelia Bundles
ISBN : 9780743215701
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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On Her Own Ground is the first full-scale, definitive biography of Madam C. J. Walker—the legendary African American entrepreneur and philanthropist—by her great-great-granddaughter, A'Lelia Bundles. The daughter of slaves, Madam C. J. Walker was orphaned at seven, married at fourteen and widowed at twenty. She spent the better part of the next two decades laboring as a washerwoman for $1.50 a week. Then—with the discovery of a revolutionary hair care formula for black women—everything changed. By her death in 1919, Walker managed to overcome astonishing odds: building a storied beauty empire from the ground up, amassing wealth unprecedented among black women and devoting her life to philanthropy and social activism. Along the way, she formed friendships with great early-twentieth-century politi-cal figures such as W.E.B. Du Bois and Booker T. Washington. On Her Own Ground is not only the first comprehensive biography of one of recent history's most amazing entrepreneurs and philanthropists, it is about a woman who is truly an African American icon. Drawn from more than two decades of exhaustive research, the book is enriched by the author's exclusive access to personal letters, records and never-before-seen photographs from the family collection. Bundles also showcases Walker's complex relationship with her daughter, A'Lelia Walker, a celebrated hostess of the Harlem Renaissance and renowned friend to both Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston. In chapters such as “Freedom Baby,” “Motherless Child,” “Bold Moves” and “Black Metropolis,” Bundles traces her ancestor's improbable rise to the top of an international hair care empire that would be run by four generations of Walker women until its sale in 1985. Along the way, On Her Own Ground reveals surprising insights, tells fascinating stories and dispels many misconceptions.

Racecraft The Soul Of Inequality In American Life

Author : Karen Fields
ISBN : 9781844679942
Genre : Political Science
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The election of Barack Obama was supposed to herald the dawn of a post-racial age in America—a meaningless term without a grasp of what "racial" means. Most people assume that racism grows from the perception of human difference: the fact of race gives rise to the practice of racism. In this myth-busting reflection, the sociologist Karen E. Fields and the historian Barbara J. Fields argue the opposite: the practice of racism produces the illusion of race, through what they call racecraft. And racecraft is intimately entwined with other forms of inequality in American life. So pervasive are the devices of racecraft in American history, economic doctrine, politics, and everyday thinking that the presence of racecraft itself goes unnoticed. That the post-racial age has not dawned, the Fieldses argue, reflects the failure of Americans to develop a legitimate language for thinking about and discussing inequality across the board. That failure should worry all who care about democratic institutions.

He S Fine But Is He Saved

Author : Kimberley Brooks
ISBN : 0373830610
Genre : Fiction
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Brooks delivers an entertaining and inspiring debut novel about three close friends and their relationships with men. "A Terry McMillan-like novel, but with a Christian twist."--"Detroit News."

The Souls Of Black Folk

Author : William Edward Burghardt Du Bois
ISBN : 014018998X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Personal recollections are included in the controversial 1903 work depicting the spirit, status, and problems of African Americans since emancipation.

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