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Heavenly Birth by Denise Taylor

A Mother’s Journey. A Daughter ’s Legacy
"Jonnae’s life began with me teaching her and ended with her teaching me."
Jonnae Taylor’s purpose was not to live through leukemia, it was to teach through it. With greater strength and faith than her years might suggest, she did not live as though she were dying; she died showing us how to live.Nine months of preparation preceded Jonnae’s Heavenly Birth. Through her eyes as a mother, Denise documented her’s and Jonnae’s experiences. Throughout these pages, you will be moved to laugh, cry, and make the most of every day. Allow this faithful child and mother to inspire you, as they have family, friends, and complete strangers.
• Feel the power of their story transform your life.
• Embrace their powerful perspectives, practices, and mantras.
• Become equipped to overcome adversity and live a full life.
• Change your thoughts about death.
Find peace and joy as you anticipate a Heavenly Birth.

Denise Taylor lives in southern Indiana with John, her husband of 20years, and their four living children. She touches audiences all over the world as an inspirational speaker and writer. Her candid and honest account of her daughter’s life and Heavenly Birth relays the powerful lessons she and Jonnae learned through a surprising teacher, leukemia.

Price: $19.95
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Kentucky Memories: Reflections of Rowan County By Jack Ellis

"In Kentucky Memories: Reflections of Rowan County, Jack Ellis has demonstrated an awareness of the important role of local history. During the past century-and-a-half, the human population of this amoeba-like area, carved out of Fleming and Morgan Counties, has matured into an Appalachian folk, cultural, economic, educational, and medical center. Literally scores of people have contributed both positively and negatively to the history of this community, and each of their acts in some form or another should remain as a record of their presence and activities. In the same way, every important human act documenting the past should should be passed on to future generations as a foundation for its presence and actions." Dr. Thomas D. Clark

Dr. Jack D. Ellis is a native of Morehead, Kentucky. He is a retired Director of Libraries and Professor of Library Science at Morehead State University. His 34 years of library work also includes Public, Bookmobile and School Library supervisory experience in Florida and Kentucky. Dr. Ellis is also a retired minister having served six different churches in four Eastern Kentucky counties. He holds degrees from Morehead State University, Peabody College of Vanderbuilt University and the University of Southern Mississippi. He is now serving his 32nd year as a member of the Kentucky Archives Commission having been appointed by seven seperate Governers. Dr. Ellis is married to Janis Caudill Ellis and they have four children: Jackie, John, Jeff and Jean, and 10 grandchildren.

Price: $35.00
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