|Author:||Dr. Colleen Birchett|
|Title:||How to Equip the African American Family|
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|Publisher:||Urban Ministries, Inc.; 1 edition (January 1, 2010)|
Can the African American family thrive in the 21st century? According to the authors, It is through flexibility, resiliency, clarification of values and commitment. This book contains case studies and practical applications for strengthening the various types of single parent, dual parent, and extended family arrangements. ISBN13: 9780940955172. Release Date: April 1995.
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Certified secondary English teacher, Michigan. Named Miss Cinderella Cinderella Club, 1965. Colleen Lucille Birchett. December 30, 1944 Detroit, Michigan, United States. This book equips Christians to do just that, presenting common emotional crises of hurting people, situations provoking these crises, biblical principles, guidelines, and practical exercises for leading hurting people to Christ with an emphasis on the Black church experience. Leader's Guide Africans Who Shaped Our Faith.
Colleen Birchett’s most popular book is Christian Education: Foundations for the Future. How to Equip the African American Family by. George Abatso, Yvonne Abatso.
Wright, Jeremiah ., Jr. Personal Name: Birchett, Colleen. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book When Black men stand up for God : reflections on the Million Man March, Frank Madison Reid III, Jeremiah A. Wright, J. Colleen Birchett.
The family structure of African-Americans has long been a matter of national public policy interest.
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The phrases "traditional values" and "family values" play an important role in American political and cultural debates. They're typically used by political conservatives and evangelical Christians to advance their agendas but they are also frequently used by others, perhaps because of how often they appear generally. The professed concern among conservatives is certainly genuine, with 96% of evangelical Christians claiming to have traditional or family-oriented values. However, their use of the phrases is suspect because they tend to be so careful not to give them too.
Birchett teaches English 1121, 1101 and Introduction to Literature, 2000. She has been teaching at City Tech since the Fall of 2011. She has a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary and an . from the University of Michigan. Dr. Jeremiah A. .
Chicago Defender 09 Nov 2007: S40-S41. In his book, Hilliard discusses how people of African descent begin to think as they accept specific practices of European hegemony. Hilliard cites examples of this in the United States. This is a highly recommended book for anyone involved with an educational program that impacts African children throughout the Diaspora. AuthorAffiliation by Dr. Colleen.