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Faith Against Fear By Melvin Phillips Jr.
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The mission of this booklet is to forthrightly present a simple thesis for believers to walk by faith and not to succumb to fear. Our lives are a constant battle between the spiritual force of faith... More > in us, waging war against the carnal force of fear that rules our flesh and our senses. Walk with me through this simple presentation, where I liberally use the Word of God, and what it says about faith to encourage you to choose Faith in the fight against Fear.< Less
New York City 2012 Calendar By Michelle Wodzinski
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A fresh and up-close look at one of the greatest cities in the world. Take a walk with artist photographer Michelle Wodzinski a.k.a. mSheL cHicAgO through some of New York City's most distinct... More > neighborhoods and burroughs such as Manhattan, Greenwich Village, the Flatiron District, Times Square, and Brooklyn.< Less
Journey Of A Lifetime: Unexpected Experiences, Anecdotes and Lessons Learned From America’s Heartland By Julie Rosenbaum-Engelhardt
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When a girl from the Bronx is uprooted to small town Indiana, she capitalizes on the small-pond opportunities and leads you on a behind the scenes roller coaster ride of her charmed life in some of... More > the world's most coveted stages, from the dugout with baseball legend Albert Pujols to hanging out on the infamous Honeysuckle Rose, Willie Nelson's famed tour bus, and so many more epic experiences. "Julie's book walks us through old Ebbets Field and her love of the Brooklyn Dodgers, especially Duke Snider, Jackie Robinson, and Gil Hodges, through legendary entertainment artists and several stops in between, with knowledge, heart, and passion." -Don Mattingly, manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers "Julie has such a unique way of capturing life and allowing her readers to see and feel exactly what she portrays. I have always loved to read her writings and been moved by her stories." -Tom Arnold, actor< Less
Journey of a Lifetime: Unexpected Experiences, Anecdotes and Lessons Learned from America’s Heartland By Julie Rosenbaum-Engelhardt
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When a girl from the Bronx is uprooted to small town Indiana, she capitalizes on the small-pond opportunities and leads you on a behind the scenes roller coaster ride of her charmed life in some of... More > the world's most coveted stages, from the dugout with baseball legend Albert Pujols to hanging out on the infamous Honeysuckle Rose, Willie Nelson's famed tour bus, and so many more epic experiences. "Julie's book walks us through old Ebbets Field and her love of the Brooklyn Dodgers, especially Duke Snider, Jackie Robinson, and Gil Hodges, through legendary entertainment artists and several stops in between, with knowledge, heart, and passion." -Don Mattingly, manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers "Julie has such a unique way of capturing life and allowing her readers to see and feel exactly what she portrays. I have always loved to read her writings and been moved by her stories." -Tom Arnold, actor< Less
Shoot it Black, Shoot it Blue By Angry Warhol
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In New York, they call it ‘Tin Pan Alley’, where the steel-bands practiced on Clarkson Avenue, before the Labor Day Carnival started. I walked pass them with my rifle broken down in parts... More > inside a 36 inch army duffle bag. It was calypso time in Brooklyn. The smell of curried goat and the flash of glittery gold and yellow costumes ran up and down Eastern Parkway. I had scoped the area out a week in advance and I had found an abandoned building around the corner just two tenements inside the block. It was a small view with just enough of a window’s peek to the avenue that I needed to hit my mark. After re-assembling the rifle, I stood in the dirty window with its broken glass and its dusty sill, waiting for mayor Mussolini’s float to pass. I was weak and my nerves kept jumping as I peeked through the scope of my Bushmaster .223 rifle, every time a new float came into view. I was in the final chapter of my life and this would be the exclamation point.< Less