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FIREDANCE By Jacky Hughes
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Poems from a heart on fire for Jesus. Minister Jacky has performed her poems at church events and has blessed many with her writing.
Firedance By Jacky Hughes
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A Book of poems by Jacky Hughes. Firedance was originally published as a paperback and many of the poems have been performed at church events.
Tears Before Joy By Jacky Hughes
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A short book of poems that were written on a journey through abusive relationships towards a life changed by God into an abuse free one. It precedes the later poetry book, Firedance.
Ignite a Firestorm! Using Dance to Reach Youth in Your Community By Kelli J. Moore
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Ignite a Firestorm is the guide to starting and growing a hip hop dance program that promises to revolutionize youth outreach efforts. It includes scriptural backup for using dance, the steps to... More > getting started, the "Top Ten Tips" for building and keeping momentum as well as valuable resources for choosing music and creating awesome choreography. Kelli wrote Ignite a Firestorm in response to the many questions she fielded from other local organizations that saw her church’s hip hop dance team, FireDance, and wanted to know more about how they started this successful program. After searching for other resources, Kelli found that there were very few viable resources for using this particular style of dance in ministry, so she started developing her own resources including this book, instructional videos and workshops. Link to website: http://www.IgniteAFirestorm.com< Less
Fire Dance By Joseph Padgal
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Joseph Padgal was born in a small in Southwestern Michigan town. He lived, along with his sister and parents in a former 100 year old farm house that had once housed a doctor’s office. At the... More > age of sixteen he started writing short stories about his life growing up in the town he lived, about his faith in God and his family. After graduating from high school he enlisted in the armed forces, eventually ending up in South East Asia as a result of the war in Vietnam. Upon his retirement from the military he moved back to Kalamazoo, Michigan where he lives with his wife in a three story home built in 1906. He retired from the federal government in 2008. It was in this year that Padgal started writing his first novel 'FireDance' which he finished and had published in 2010. In his novel, Padgal demonstrates how to use forgiveness as a healing tool and offers viable steps for the individual who has difficulty forgiving anyone for anything. Fire Dance has, elements of humor, suspense, crisis and cure. .< Less