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It's Going to Be AUlright: Testimonies From Ausome Women Raising Ausome People Lakita Thompson
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$14.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781092708678
It’s Going to Be AUlright, is a collection of stories written by twelve mothers whose children are on the autism spectrum. For decades, many family stories have been shared about autism’s impact and influence on our world. You haven’t heard theirs. Ausome Women. Ausome People. Ausome Stories. This collaborative anthology was created to provide a platform for mothers of loved ones living with autism to share life struggles and lessons learned that will encourage others. Our authors provide real stories, advice and resources that will help readers achieve personal goals and take action. We want our readers to feel inspired to be bold, not be afraid to try non-traditional approache ...
Repurposed Lakita Thompson
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$21.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781694351081
Deborah Hamlette is an aspiring author who tells her story using a narrative that combines personal experiences with life lessons. She was born and raised in New York City, and now lives in Baltimore, Maryland. She has published an article in the Faith Filled Family Magazine in December 2017 on the Five-fold Ministry. Deborah has a myriad of experience working as an educator in Baltimore City Public School System for 40 years serving in various leadership capacities. As a Deaconess in ministry at Bethany Baptist Church in Baltimore she serves as a youth advisor sings on the choir and is a member of the Women’s ministry team. As a Deaconess it gives her an opportunity to witness, teach, ...
Speaking the Language of Our Youth: The Restorative Model Lakita Thompson
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$25.00
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
The"Speaking the Language of Our Youth" Grief & Loss Training Workbook is designed to prepare Clergy, Faculty, Educators, Parents and leaders from diverse platforms of influence to understand and speak the language of our youth afflicted with grief and loss in response to acts of violence; equip participants to confidently respond to our youth and families, replacing erroneous judgments and labeling sometimes associated to the symptoms of grief and loss, with tools of empowerment, education, & restoration.