Can I Call You Soldier?

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Moody Publishers, Sep 1, 2006 - Fiction - 136 pages
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The war is at home and the battlefield is in the lives of our young men.  In any community, and particularly in the black community, millions of young men feel the void of a role model.  For every absent father, complacent leader, and passive bystander, there is a man who will step in and be a father figure--whether he is a trustworthy man of God or a dangerous enemy, someone will fill the void.  It's up to us to win this battle and prepare for the next generation to join in the fight.  For the many men wondering how to win...Can I Call You Soldier? will be their strategy for victory.


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HAROLD DAVIS (M.Min. and D.Min., Bethany Theological Seminary) is founder and Executive Director of TALKS Mentoring of Champaign County (Illinois). He is an ordained minister and serves as Associate Minister at Canaan Missionary Baptist Church of Urbana, Illinois, where he previously served for twelve years as Assistant Pastor and Pastor of Youth Activities. Davis is the author of several books, including Talks Your Dad Never Had With You, Can I Call You Soldier?, Never Alone (Dating from the Biblical Perspective) and the TALKS Mentoring curriculum series.

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