National Bestselling Author, Daniel Whyte III, Releases Two New Books Celebrating Jesus Christ and His Resurrection (Available Free Starting Midnight, Saturday, April 19th)

ATLANTA, GA, (April 18, 2014) – During this time of year, Christians around the world pause to remember the life and sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Pastors and church leaders work hard to develop messages and Bible study lessons that will help their church members gain new insights into the events of Holy Week. Just in […]

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National Bestselling Author, Daniel Whyte III, Releases Two New Books Celebrating Jesus Christ and His Resurrection (Available Free Starting Midnight, Saturday, April 19th)

During this time of  year, Christians around the world pause to remember the life and sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Pastors and church leaders work hard to develop messages and Bible study lessons that will help their church members gain new insights into the events of Holy Week. Just in time for the Easter holiday, national bestselling […]

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The Power of Reading

Dear Daughters & YBW: I want to encourage you to expand your mind by reading throughout your life. I am ashamed to say this, but as a child, neither my parents nor my teachers pushed me to read. In fact, I did not read an entire book through until I was a grown man and […]

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The Marks of a Truly Educated Woman

Dear Daughters & YBW: I have long been impressed with the Spelman woman. Please take notice with me a part of the mission statement of Spelman College: “…Spelman promotes academic excellence in the liberal arts and develops the intellectual, ethical, and leadership potential of its students.” (Spelman College 2005-2006 Catalog) When you think about the […]

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NAACP Image Award Winner, Kimberla Lawson Roby, Marks 20-Book Milestone

Family ties, father/son relationships, marriage and more examined in new work by New York Times bestselling author Reverend Curtis Black and his family drama are back in Kimberla Lawson Roby’s upcoming novel, The Prodigal Son, (Grand Central Publishing; $24.99; ISBN 978-1455526130). The Reverend Curtis Black hasn’t spoken to his son, Matthew, in over a year—not since […]

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On Setting Educational Goals

Dear Daughters & YBW: I trust that you have begun to take your education seriously. Over the years, I have learned that if you do not set goals, you will not accomplish anything. In this letter I want to encourage you to set solid educational goals. What I mean by setting educational goals is this: […]

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