A beginner’s book with positive affirmations and sight words. It teaches children how God has made them many things such as great, brave, creative, etc.
True stories to inspire, encourage and uplift you.
Ketrick Jordan, born and raised in Dallas, TX. At the age of 10, survived a house fire where some drug dealers intentionally poured gasoline throughout his home killing all of his sisters, brothers and niece leaving him as the sole survivor. Losing both legs above the knees due to severe burns and three finger tips above the first knuckle on the left hand, it was through all the pain and physical limitations Ketrick persevered through it all and continued to live life to the fullest.
Applied wisdom and knowledge is power!
A workbook for youth k-12th grades, using biblical principles & personal challenges to promote self restraint.
Thirty (30) Lessons for today’s youth k-12 grades, with teacher outline, craft & game ideas.
This training manual is designed to equip you for the 21st Century marketplace in all arenas–to share the powerful message of the Kingdom and faith in Jesus Christ. Whether you’re a business owner, nurse, doctor, lawyer, service worker, teacher, minister, investor or athlete, the principles shared in this training manual will develop you into an ambassador without border. No more t-shirts, propaganda and loud speakers, or religion. It’s time to go under the radar and advance the Kingdom of God.
Train them right and they will never forget!
This book inspires and helps youth to recognize and understand the different qualities and characteristics they carry. Using the fruit of the Spirit such as love, joy, peace, kindness, etc., allows youth to see what those different qualities look like, as well as inspires the youth to see those qualities within themselves.
A booklet that gives 22 reasons why to strengthen your commitment to Jesus Christ.
Author, Shonda Rushing stated that, “We are only 56 years removed from Jim Crow, yet we are experiencing the same pathological traumas. There are different techniques, but we are creating the same experiences of pain and poverty and passing them on to our children. Though they are not wearing shackles anymore, instead they are wearing fancy sneakers, that pain is the same. Becoming a mother to black sons and raising them in this climate is what made this uncomfortable conversation necessary.”
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