About the Book
There is a myriad of ideological beliefs and copious opinions presented today on the topic of gangs. Many questions have arisen on its origin, and some have even queried whether it is by design. In this book, Gang Violence Is By Design: Exposing the Lie, Pastor Leroy Bean endeavors to explain a postulation that has gone unaddressed for years.
This book presents a panoramic perspective and awareness that will help countries recognize and address the root cause that has been camouflaged within our society for centuries. Pastor Bean is not trying to minimize one’s personal or collective responsibilities regarding the choices they make, but rather expose the systematic entrapment that has been used as a catalyst and a haven whereby many behaviors derive.
Pastor Bean hopes many will identify and understand the systemic cause that has been responsible for dividing and crippling the progression in many countries. His view is that people affected need to wake up and step out of their comfort zones and into their God-given design, which is needed to create the foundation essential for tackling this social epidemic called Gang Violence.
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DREAM ALOUD! Adjust Your Lifestyle and Livelihood to Match Your Desires
You’ve lent your gifts and talents to your employer, friends, and family, yet failed to manifest and monetize your magnificence for yourself. Life is far too short not to live the lifestyle you desire.
You know you’re an entrepreneur at your core when it is difficult to align with the status quo work culture. You dread Mondays, and chase Fridays. As a means of survival, you find yourself handcuffed to the keyboard just to pay your bills. Are you forced to pray for vacations, instead of merely taking one? It is your desire to create streams of income that yield financial freedom, not just a bottom line.
DREAM ALOUD! Adjust Your Lifestyle and Livelihood to Match Your Desires, written by Kendra Newman presents real life solutions for individuals who feel chained by employment, but their soul nudges them with the question of, “Is there more to life than what I’m currently living?” Throughout the pages, you’ll be introduced to creative and practical tools that will allow you to utilize the experience and knowledge you already have, to make that leap from soul suffocating work to a soul satisfying livelihood that will support the lifestyle and legacy you know you are worthy of living.
Scribbles from The Heart: Letters to Jedaiah and Those to Come
Life teaches us to choose between becoming better or succumbing to the vicious blows it sometimes doles out. Many of us have already made our choice; for those who have yet to make the decision to rise from the ashes, it’s time to move!
In Scribbles from The Heart: Letters to Jedaiah and Those to Come, author Safiya shares the lessons and wisdom she has amassed over the years using straightforward transparency and candor. No matter the gender or age, men and women of all backgrounds can glean from the nuggets in this first volume of prose designed to uplift and encourage everyone who reads it. Are you ready to take the steps to from simply wishing to actually making your life better? Dive in, and be inspired to greater!
It’s Not What Happens To You, but What Happens For You!!
Do you struggle with feeling unworthy of love? Have you ever thought that you are not enough? That you “just might have” asked for the abuse given? How many nights have you blamed yourself? Which day of the week do you break down in tears trying to forget? That maybe, if you had done better or given more, your path would have been more enjoyable. Danah Hayes knows all too well what it’s like to live in this painful space. This was her story, but in this book, you will learn how she overcame, was overjoyed, and was overly blessed!
In her book, Silently Speaking: Celebrating A Woman’s Journey from Abuse to Abundance, Self-Discovery and Transformational Coach, mentor, inspirational speaker, and founder and creator of the Evolve into Your Power Method, Danah shares her story of wrestling with the after-effects of abuse, coming face-to-face with the unimaginable, healing through the pain and walking in her greater power through her spiritual awakening. As you read each page, you will learn how to rise above and dismantle deeply ingrained emotional and mental blocks, examine your internal motivations, and align with the desires of your heart so you can embrace your power unapologetically.
So, if you are ready to celebrate the journey, this book is for you!
Just Lead! The Powerful Playbook on How Good Managers Become Great Leaders
Can we call it as we see it? The vast majority of high-powered executives and those in management positions are so laser focused on using their roles to climb the corporate ladder, they deem leading others as a necessary evil in achieving success instead of embracing it. This can lead to resentment between both parties or worse – irreparable professional relationships that cause everyone involved to lose in some capacity. Management may be the medium in a boss accomplishing their lofty goals; however, the real secret to winning isn’t managing…it’s leading.
In Just Lead! The Powerful Playbook on How Good Managers Become Great Leaders, Safiya details simple, yet profound principles to transform good managers into great leaders who exceed their goals while balancing work with their personal lives. Every nugget will help managers become the effective leaders they desire to be, while creating a legacy and building a team of people who absolutely love to follow them. Do you want to keep managing, or are you prepared to LEAD? Open the book, and get ready to succeed!
High Heels On Gravel
Even the strongest women need a village to support them.
As women, not only have we mastered the art of emotionally, physically and spiritually saving everyone except ourselves, unfortunately, we have perfected the art of doing it alone.
In Heels on Gravel, author Tamee Gordon unpacks the often overlooked principles of women understanding who we are beyond the many labels we’ve attained throughout our years (wife, mother, employee, servant), to realize that empty cups others pour out on our behalf do not equate success – our healthy bodies, spirits and minds do! Creatively blending wisdom, charm and wit to introduce biblical context in this practical devotional with a realistic approach, Tamee shares personal anecdotes that will not only make you laugh, they’ll encourage you to maintain your Christian walk, while journaling your thoughts along the way.
No longer must women bear the burden of saving the world alone! We don’t have to do it by ourselves, and we can get the job done with our heels on. If you’re ready to show the gravel who’s boss, grab your heels and let’s start walking!
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” Matthew 5:9 (NIV)
For most, the badge is a symbol of law, trust, respect, and honor. It is equated with symbols of authority for those who take an oath to uphold the integrity that comes with upholding order, such as police and fire personnel whom we entrust to maintain the safety and sanctity of our neighborhoods and communities. But what happens when the symbol we’ve come to equate with authority takes on an entirely different meaning?
In The Book, Author Irene Reyes-Smith redefines The Badge as Broken Authority that Determines Governing Equality. In these pages, you’ll discover the nuances that The Badge holds beyond what we are accustomed to, as well as the part we play in upholding the true meaning with integrity, humility and respect. The Word of God is our ultimate protection and shield; however, the men and women who wear the badge everyday are human, have feelings, and just want to know that they are appreciated.
What do you see when The Badge comes into view? Dive inside, and discover the truth that will not only renew your perspective, it will lead you to the peace behind the symbol.
Marquis Goes To The Supreme Court
“Where you see wrong or inequality or injustice, speak out, because this is your country. This is your democracy. Make it. Protect it. Pass it on.”
~ Justice Thurgood Marshall
The day that Mr. Stewart’s students have been eagerly waiting for has finally arrived––a field trip to the Supreme Court! During the tour, Marquis and his classmates are encouraged to ask questions, highlighting the importance of curiosity in the learning process.
How many justices are seated in the Supreme Court? What is the difference between the chief justice and the associate justices? Why do justices wear black robes? These are just a few of the questions that are answered. The students also learn the role the President of the United States plays in the Supreme Court and how justices are elected to serve.
Marquis Goes to the Supreme Court is the perfect literary companion for inquisitive children who want to learn about the Supreme Court’s history and have questions regarding its setup.
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