A way out of no way: the spiritual memoirs of Andrew Young
The stirring spiritual memoirs of Andrew Young--civil rights activist, minister, and statesman--show how God's hand led him through some of the most significant experiences of 20th-century America. Filled with eyewitness anecdotes, this is a vivid account of the civil rights struggle, told from a faith perspective.
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A Time for Decision
On Kings Mountain
Answering the Call
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