A Long Way from Crenshaw: Lessons and Stories About Race, Love, Honor, and Faith for These Changing Times - eBook
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A Long Way from Crenshaw: Lessons and Stories About Race, Love, Honor, and Faith for These Changing Times - eBook  -     By: James Darren Key

A Long Way from Crenshaw: Lessons and Stories About Race, Love, Honor, and Faith for These Changing Times - eBook

WestBow Press / 2020 / ePub

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Title: A Long Way from Crenshaw: Lessons and Stories About Race, Love, Honor, and Faith for These Changing Times - eBook
By: James Darren Key
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2020
ISBN: 9781973690603
ISBN-13: 9781973690603
Stock No: WW107447EB

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A Long Way from Crenshaw explores the vicissitudes of life, as well as human resiliency and triumph.

Author and U.S. Army chaplain James Darren Key highlights forty lessons and stories from his journey, which at times has given him incredible joy and, on other occasions, unavoidable pain and anguish.

Key speaks candidly about growing up black in California in the 1970s and 1980s. By delving into his own weaknesses and fears, he empowers you to:

• recognize failures and successes along your journey;
• approach race and diversity with sensitivity and courage;
• heal from an unhealthy relationship before you start a new one;
• face trials and controversy with unshakable faith.

Written in a conversational style, Key’s story is easily accessible to people from all walks of life. His message is universal, timely and inspirational.

Join the author as he shares compelling stories and lessons learned at home, and abroad.

Author Bio

James Darren Key is an inspirational speaker and commentator on race, politics, relationships, honor, and faith. His writing and commentary have been featured in a number of different outlets, including USA Today, and American Forces Network (AFN) Korea. His military decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and one combat tour in Iraq. He earned a master of theology in world religions from Princeton Theological Seminary; and his master of divinity and doctor of ministry (politics and religion) degrees from Howard University School of Divinity. He is also the author of Touch and Go: From the Streets of South Central Los Angles to the War in Iraq. He lives in Victorville, California, with his wife, Simone, and has two children, James III and Amara.

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