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Then Sings My Soul

Author: Robert J. Morgan
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Incorporated
ISBN: 9780785231820
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Stories of the most favorite and beloved seasonal hymns of faith are gathered for this collection. "Then Sings My Soul" shows the emotion and drama behind the hymns of faith that have changed many lives throughout history.

Not Without Laughter A Novel

Author: Langston Hughes
Publisher: Library of America
ISBN: 159853596X
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Rediscover the great Harlem Renaissance poet’s first and only novel, an elegiac, elegantly realized coming-of-age tale. Langston Hughes’s Not Without Laughter (1930) is drawn in part from the author’s own recollections of youth and early manhood. “I wanted to write about a typical Negro family in the Middle West,” he later explained of his award-winning debut, and it is as a fond and richly anecdotal family and community portrait that his book comes to life. Following Sandy Rogers from his boyhood in rural Kansas to his arrival in Chicago as a young man, and set against a backdrop of poverty, segregation, and the onset of World War I, it introduces us to a host of vividly realized characters along the way: Sandy’s pious, redoubtable grandmother Hager, who holds the generations together; his itinerant father Jimboy with his guitar; mother Annjee, who keeps house for wealthy whites; blues-singing Aunt Harriet; proper, social-climbing Aunt Tempy; and many more.

Though I Stumble

Author: Kim Cash Tate
Publisher: Kimberly Tate
ISBN: 9781946336002
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Four women, one weekend, and their lives will never be the same. Stephanie London thought she'd heard from God when she moved to Hope Springs, N.C. But a tragedy in that small town left her soul desolate. Now her husband's inattentiveness has pushed her over the edge. Bereft of hope, she travels home to St. Louis as a women's ministry conference kicks off. Though less than enthused to attend, new friendships offer strength and light. But what happens when the weekend ends and real life begins again? Treva Langston grieves still the loss of her husband of twenty-two years. Now, two years later, her heart is breaking again as her oldest daughter's travails come to light. Traveling from DC to St. Louis for a women's conference seems the last thing she should do, given the circumstances. But in St. Louis her path crosses with someone new--and her world turns upside down. Will it only lead to more heartbreak? Jillian Mason can't wait to attend the Living Word women's conference. She's done their Bible studies for years and expects God to show up in an amazing way. But the weekend delivers something unexpected--a discovery about her husband. As the state of her marriage hangs in the balance, Jillian is suddenly anxious about returning home. Faith Langston has always been a girl after God's heart. She loves Living Word studies and registered early for the conference. But at the end of her college sophomore year, she finds herself in circumstances she never imagined--with a heart that has strayed from God. She makes it to St. Louis nonetheless, with her boyfriend in tow--but how will she find her way back to God? Four women in different seasons of life converge at a women's conference--with a theme that charges them to run "in hot pursuit" for Christ. But how do they run when challenges seem insurmountable? And can they help one another navigate the difficult terrain? "The author has a gift for bringing God's love and light into even the darkest situation." --Romantic Times (The Color of Hope)

Soul Looks Back In Wonder

Author: Maya Angelou
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0140565019
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Artwork and poems by such writers as Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, and Askia Toure portray the creativity, strength, and beauty of their African American heritage.

Taste And See

Author: LaShonda Bowman
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ISBN: 9781977609984
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Anyone who meets Natalie "Tink" Turner would call her blessed. And as owner of the most famous soul food restaurant in Dallas, she can't argue.Business is booming, and she's set to cater one of the most anticipated weddings in the city's history.Life is good. Or so she thought.Like a house of cards, everything begins to tumble down around her. Scrambling to save her restaurant and reputation, it becomes clear someone is out to ruin Tink, and they're not going to stop until they succeed.With one thing after another going wrong, Tink is left to wonder about God's promise to never leave her. But she's about to learn that, not only is God always with her, He continually works behind the scenes for her good!

The Complete Langston Family Saga

Author: LaShonda Bowman
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781533237071
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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?

My America

Author: Lee Bennett Hopkins
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ISBN: 9780439372909
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A collection of poems evocative of seven geographical regions of the United States, including the Northeast, Southeast, Great Lakes, Plains, Mountain, Southwest, and Pacific Coast States.

Captives

Author: Barbara Galler-Smith
Publisher: EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
ISBN: 1894817915
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Part Two of the trilogy (Druids, Captives, Warriors) Cast into slavery, two Druids must escape and protect an ancient magic from one who would abuse it. As the spiritual heart of his clan, seer Druid Mallec is trusted and adored by all around him. Continuing to wonder at his past visions of a dark haired woman, his attentions shift to a series of calamities overtaking his people. Mallec struggles to understand why they have lost their gods favour, unaware of the untimely resurrection of the evil Driad Dierdre, and her plans for his ultimate downfall. Meanwhile, healer Driad Rhonwen, Mallec’s dark haired vision, remains in slavery passing from bad master to worse. Repeatedly punished for her resistant nature, but kept alive for her healing skills, Rhonwen survives, unaware of her intertwined fate with Mallec and the betrayal that will soon cast him into chains.

The Crisis

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The Crisis, founded by W.E.B. Du Bois as the official publication of the NAACP, is a journal of civil rights, history, politics, and culture and seeks to educate and challenge its readers about issues that continue to plague African Americans and other communities of color. For nearly 100 years, The Crisis has been the magazine of opinion and thought leaders, decision makers, peacemakers and justice seekers. It has chronicled, informed, educated, entertained and, in many instances, set the economic, political and social agenda for our nation and its multi-ethnic citizens.

The Advocate

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The Advocate is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) monthly newsmagazine. Established in 1967, it is the oldest continuing LGBT publication in the United States.