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Growing Up Colored, Negro, Black in the Gap

Growing up Colored, Negro and Black is a semi-autobiographical novel of heartwarming personal memories and experiences of the author as he grew up in a small coal mining town in Southwest Virginia. It depicts a time when the community was the parent of all children. The author paints a picture in the reader’s mind of the incidents from his past that he describes, and at the same time brings the reader into them emotionally. One can feel the closeness, love and bond that existed among those in the community from which he came. The readers from small towns will relate to the experiences and those from larger cities will marvel at them.

Created for His Glory Who and Why?
What does Isaiah 43:7 really mean? Who was created for God's Glory? Is everything God does about Him? Find the possible answers to these questions in Created for His Glory Who and Why.

Created for His Glory Who and Why identifies attributes contributed to God and proposes a reason why similar attributes are desirable in mankind. In doing so, the author relates these attributes to God's holiness and  glory. In addition, the author addresses the question about whether God's actions are always about Him. as some say that Romans 11:36 indicates. For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory forever. Amen. (KJV)