This book is designed to speak to the person who was raised in and around church, but at one point chose to walk away. Religion often binds and condemns, God\'s love draws and accepts. I share principles to find God\'s true nature and develop a free, open walk with Christ.
Roy Harvey is employed at Gadsden Regional as a nurse anesthetist. He has taught many classes over the years at various churches and has a heart for people who just want to see the whole Christian life really work.
Synopsis: Joseph Kennedy writes fiction and non-fiction of the autobiographical, theological and Biblical kind. He has also penned a book of poems (Reverie), and a novel of a teenage girl who works with deprived children (The Beauty & the Bus).
Bio: Joseph Kennedy was born in 1927. He began writing in early elementary school, but not seriously until about 1990. Mr. Kennedy is married to Pearl and has three sons. He is presently working to build a third Christian school. For additional information, please visit www.kingjames1611.wordpress.com
Synopsis: On Jordan’s Stormy Banks is the story of the Battle of Gettysburg told through the eyes of a seventeen-year-old Confederate soldier from Alabama, and of the reunion at Gettysburg fifty years later (1913).
Bio: Bob Lankford is a native of Attalla, Alabama, and a graduate of Etowah High School. Mr. Lankford is also a graduate of Jacksonville State University, and is retired from the federal government. He and his wife of thirty-eight years have two children, and four grand children.
Synopsis: The 48th Alabama Infantry Regiment, 1862-65 is a regimental history of the 48th Alabama, Confederate Regiment. The Civil War Letters of Private John Manderson is a collection of letters written by a private in the 48th Alabama, Confederate Regiment.
Bio: Joshua Price holds a B.A. and M.A. in history from Jacksonville State University. For additional information, please visit www.48thalabama.com