Spirituality in African-American Life

The power of the black churches resonates through all of African-American history. They served a platform for abolition, an organizing body for the Underground Railroad, and were at the core of the Civil Rights Movement. What does spirituality mean to today's African-Americans, and what can the churches' past accomplishments teach todays' leaders?

All the Joy You Can Stand: 101 Sacred Power Principles For Making Joy Real in Your Life

By Debrena Jackson Gandy

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The author of the best-selling Sacred Pampering Principles provides a prescription for power for African-American women based on spiritual principles. This inspiring book shows how to step into power joyfully and boldly and provides practical ways to access inner spiritual power and express it externally.

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A Fire in the Bones: Reflections on African-American Religious History

By Albert J. Raboteau

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"A history of African-American church traditions, especially as they relate to African-Americans' belief in their Biblical destiny in American history, told with passion and excellence."
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