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Take a Listen |”Not Lucky, I’m Loved” by Jonathan McReynolds

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Who’s on your team? by Sedrik Newbern | Book Excerpt

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Why Won’t You Apologize?: Healing Big Betrayals and Everyday Hurts | Book Review by Cyrus Webb

“Most wonderfully, Lerner tackles absent apologies that hurt and demoralize. She considers forgiving vs. letting go and shows readers how to have one without the other…Highly recommended for mental health professionals and anyone struggling to offer an apology, hoping for one, or wishing to move on – with or without forgiving.”–Library Journal

“Soulful, compassionate, and oh so right.”

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Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America by Michael Eric Dyson | Book Review by Kam Williams

Tears We Cannot Stop A Sermon to White America by Michael Eric Dyson

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Brian Demond Johnson’s “Live your Dream Out loud”|Book Review by Ryan O’Neal

Are you living your dream? I mean really living your dream ? Like in your face living it? If not go and grab Live your Dream Out loud by Brian Demond Johnson. He just released his second release of this book and it is truly a rewarding experience. As a motivational speaker and dream catalyst, this book inspired me and got me to really make not just an action plan on how I can live my dreams. But live my dream unashamedly and unapologetically.

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Jay Williams’ “Life is not an Accident | Book Review by Cyrus Webb

As someone who doesn’t follow sports that much, I honestly had no idea who Jason “Jay” Williams was before reading this book in May 2016—-and for me, that was a good thing. I was able to come to LIFE IS NOT AN ACCIDENT without any preconceived ideas of him or his story, and just allow him to guide us through his journey in his own way. And that is exactly what Jay achieves in the book.

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One Righteous Man: Samuel Battle and the Shattering of the Color Line in New York | Book Review by Cyrus Webb

“I am coming to believe that nothing can go farther to destroy race prejudice than the recognition of the Negro as a creator and contributor to American civilization.” ~ James Weldon Johnson from ONE RIGHTEOUS MAN. This book is one of those rare finds that not only educates you about the past but gives you hope for the future.

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The People Factor Book Review by Ryan Jones

Everyone should read The People Factor: How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God-Given Purpose by Dr. Van Moody. While there are tons of books written on self-help issues by many authors, this book is a well written manual that discusses the journey to developing positive relationships.

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Promises Kept: Book Review by CA Webb

PROMISES KEPT is one of those books that can spark a much-needed discussion about race, life and the problems that black men seem to have in the world. Not shying away from discussing how race and perception (coupled with fear and ignorance) can complicate the lives of a group of society that just want to have the same opportunities as others, this book really looks at how all of us can work together to put our best self forward.

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God in the Mirror: Discovering Who You Were Created to Be

It’s tempting to define ourselves according to the cultural and societal icons of our day. More than ever, the world tells us that “image is everything.” But human beings were created in the image of God, a truth of which Miles McPherson wants to remind believers. In God in the Mirror, McPherson shows readers how they were created, why they were created, what their true purpose is in life, and how to remake themselves according to God’s original plan for their lives.

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