Bookshelf

The latest alumni publications.

Buying Your First Home?

Buying Your First Home? Easy Steps Toward Purchasing Your Home (Akasha Communications), by Charles Lawrence (B.A. ’82), is a step-by-step guide that educates people who want to buy a home and...

New Beginning

New Beginning: Guidelines for Offering to Ex-Offenders Radical Hospitality in Faith Communities (WestBow Press), by the Rev. Archibald Henric Bing (M.Div. ’93), furnishes evidence that supports...

The Go Guys Astrology Guide to Dating

The Go Guys Astrology Guide to Dating (CreateSpace), by Bintu Kabba (B.S. ’10), is a comprehensive millennial dating guide for men designed to enhance their relationships and to get to know the...

7 Questions You Must Ask When Hospitalized

7 Questions You Must Ask When Hospitalized: From A Nurse Who’s Been There & Done That! (Angelic Touch Health & Wellness, LLC), by Debra L. James (B.A. ’84), is an advocacy novel that......

The Black Church Studies Reader

The Black Church Studies Reader (Palgrave Macmillan), by Alton B. Pollard III, Ph.D., and Carol B. Duncan, is a novel that examines salient themes of social and religious significance by focusing...

An Ex-Slave Catcher’s Narrative (Volume 1)

An Ex-Slave Catcher’s Narrative (Volume 1), (EMMI Publications), by L. Allen Farmer (B.S. ’89), is a memoir set in the American South that details the life of Balaam Calais-Vega, born into...

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