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Taking Giant Steps in World Missions

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This BookportraysGod's calling ofanAfro-American ladfrom thesegregatedSouthern USA, in 1957, and elevated himand his wife, Dorothy, to becometwo of themost outstandingBlack Pioneer Missionaries in World Missions, today! They haveevangelized and planted churchesin over 95 countries, andeven more extensively, in the23 countries whereChristians in ActionMissions hasministries. You willexperienceglimpes offifty years of the Taylor's life and ministry, beginning with Elgin's call to missions in 1957, while in the USMarines. It Movesto their service as theFirst Black Missionaries to Japan, 1959-64;Elgin Pastored, studied Japanese, and attended The University of Maryland, earnedhis BA degree, and laterearned his MTh in California. Dorothy, a high school teacher, taughtatOkinawa Christian School and ran the youth ministry. They transferred to Nigeria, Africa, butdue to a civil war, were evacuated to London, England, where theyfounded aBible College, anEvangelical Church, and directedCinA'sEurope, Africa, and India Ministries for 15 years. ReturningtoAmerica,1980, they worked at the US Center for World Missions, Pasadena, CA with Dr Ralph Winters. In 1982,Elgin waselected CEO of CinAMissions International,(the onlyknown Afro-American Directorof a multi-ethnic, international, cross curturalministryduringthis time).The book closes, with thespotlight on their present involvementin Ghana, West Africa, where theylead medical/outreach teams, build churches and schools, borefresh water wells, and hold leadership seminars. They were appointed Chief and Queen Mother in the Broang Ahafo Region by theKing, Ohmahene Okatakayie Kodom IV, in2001. Today, they areblessed withmuch remaining fruit, in both the low places of the streets, tothe palacesof Kings, to God be theGlory!

Marketing Psychology Secrets

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Congratulations! You're about to learn the secrets of the human mind. Once you know these secrets, you'll be able to use them to your advantage to transform prospective buyers into "sold" consumers time after time after time. Because as important as the quality of your product/service is to your success, it's your ability to become a Doctor of sales psychology that will really open the financial floodgates. One thing that psychologists will tell you is that there's a big difference between what you know in your mind and what you feel in your heart. Despite all consumers know about how advertising and marketing works…despite all the built-in sales resistance they've developed over a lifetime. Despite knowing that a salesman's job is to convince us to do what's good for him buy the product or service offered.

Taking Giant Steps in World Missions

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This Book portrays God's calling of an Afro-American lad from the segregated Southern USA, in 1957, and elevated him and his wife, Dorothy, to become two of the most outstanding Black Pioneer Missionaries in World Missions, today! They have evangelized and planted churches in over 95 countries, and even more extensively, in the 23 countries where Christians in Action Missions has ministries. You will experience glimpes of fifty years of the Taylor's life and ministry, beginning with Elgin's call to missions in 1957, while in the USMarines. It Moves to their service as the First Black Missionaries to Japan, 1959-64; Elgin Pastored, studied Japanese, and attended The University of Maryland, earned his BA degree, and later earned his MTh in California. Dorothy, a high school teacher, taught at Okinawa Christian School and ran the youth ministry. They transferred to Nigeria, Africa, but due to a civil war, were evacuated to London, England, where they founded a Bible College, an Evangelical Church, and directed CinA's Europe, Africa, and India Ministries for 15 years. Returning to America,1980, they worked at the US Center for World Missions, Pasadena, CA with Dr Ralph Winters. In 1982, Elgin was elected CEO of CinA Missions International, (the only known Afro-American Director of a multi-ethnic, international, cross curtural ministry during this time). The book closes, with the spotlight on their present involvement in Ghana, West Africa, where they lead medical/outreach teams, build churches and schools, bore fresh water wells, and hold leadership seminars. They were appointed Chief and Queen Mother in the Broang Ahafo Region by the King, Ohmahene Okatakayie Kodom IV, in 2001. Today, they are blessed with much remaining fruit, in both the low places of the streets, to the palaces of Kings, to God be the Glory!

The Rivalry

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A BRILLIANTLY WRITTEN ACCOUNT OF THE NBA'S GLORY DAYS, AND THE RIVALRY THAT DOMINATED THE ERAIn the mid-1950s, the NBA was a mere barnstorming circuit, with outposts in such cities as Rochester, New York, and Fort Wayne, Indiana. Most of the best players were white; the set shot and layup were the sport's chief offensive weapons. But by the 1970s, the league ruled America's biggest media markets; contests attracted capacity crowds and national prime-time television audiences. The game was played "above the rim"-and the most marketable of its high-flying stars were black. The credit for this remarkable transformation largely goes to two giants: Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain. In The Rivalry, award-winning journalist John Taylor projects the stories of Russell, Chamberlain, and other stars from the NBA's golden age onto a backdrop of racial tensions and cultural change. Taylor's electrifying account of two complex men-as well as of a game and a country at a crossroads-is an epic narrative of sports in America during the 1960s.It's hard to imagine two characters better suited to leading roles in the NBA saga: Chamberlain was cast as the athletically gifted yet mercurial titan, while Russell played the role of the stalwart centerpiece of the Boston Celtics dynasty. Taylor delves beneath these stereotypes, detailing how the two opposed and complemented each other and how they revolutionized the way the game was played and perceived by fans. Competing with and against such heroes as Jerry West, Tom Heinsohn, Bob Cousy, John Havlicek, and Elgin Baylor, and playing for the two greatest coaches of the era, Alex Hannum and the fiery Red Auerbach, Chamberlain and Russell propelled the NBA into the spotlight. But their off-court visibility and success-to say nothing of their candor-also inflamed passions along America's racial and generational fault lines. In many ways, Russell and Chamberlain helped make the NBA and, to some extent, America what they are today. Filled with dra

Toronto's Local Movie Theatres of Yesteryear

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2017 Theatre Library Association Book Awards - Nominated, Richard Wall Memorial Award2017 Heritage Toronto Book Award - NominatedSlip once more into the back rows of the favourite movie theatres of your youth."Brought Back to Thrill You Again" was an advertisement employed by theatres to disguise that they were offering older films that were past their prime. In the 1950s a sign appeared outside Loew's Downtown (the Elgin) displaying these commonly used words. The theatre was screening Gone With the Wind, released in 1939. However, in this instance the claim was accurate, as the film did indeed thrill audiences one more time. Similar to this cinematic classic, this book will thrill you again as it brings back memories of Toronto's old movie theatres. Relive the experience of sitting in their darkened auditoriums, witnessing the adventure, comedy, and romance of the silver screen. Most of the theatres have been demolished, but to visually recreate them, the book includes 128 historic pictures of the theatres - exteriors, marquees, colourful neon signs, and auditoriums - many of the photos never before published in books or on the internet.

Try a Little Tenderness

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Sometimes you have to try a little harder for what you want. Taylor Elgin was a child star, but keeping her career as an adult is frustrating. Now executives want to cut her part unless she garners more audience appeal. Her producer has a perfect plan. Match her character up with a fan favorite played by hot guy and terrible actor Ryan Asher. It would be easier to just quit…Ryan had a crush on Taylor when he was a kid and is thrilled to be partnered with her now. But does a guy carrying the scars of an abusive childhood deserve America's Little Girl? And then to learn she never wanted to work with him in the first place? There's no reason to even try…
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