by Mrs. Norma Ferguson Hill and daughter Jamie Hill
“Where there is no vision, the people perish.” This book tells of a visionary and inspires others to become one. It is a combination of biblical, cultural, political, spiritual, classical, etc., all blended into creative poetry to tell some of the legacy and history of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. While reading this book, you will be able to see the comparisons of the Scripture and the dimensions of Dr. King’s love and passion for Americans. “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love and a sound mind.” This is what each subtitle demonstrates.
After reading this book, you will have knowledge of what took place during the Civil Rights Movement and a creative way to relate it to others.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Norma Ferguson Hill is a native of Nassau, Bahamas. She is an anointed Christian and a multitalented individual. She has ministered and worked in several islands in the Caribbean and the U.S.A. in various capacities. Norma is the founder of The Child and the Scriptures Ministry. The author of two biblical books, she aspires to a creative writing career and is very active in her community. Norma is a member of the Metropolitan Who’s Who and has unique spiritual techniques and strategies to harvest souls for this millennium.
Norma holds a bachelor of science degree in Christian Education from Lee University, a master of arts degree in Leadership Ministries from The Church of God Theological Seminary, both in Cleveland, Tennessee. She resides in Cleveland with her husband, Eric; her son, Victor; and her daughter, Jamie.
Jamie Hill is an individual with intelligence, motivation, and dignity. She is a 2007 honors graduate of Cleveland High School and has been recognized by the National Society of High School Scholars, National Honors Society, National Honor Roll, Who’s Who Among American Students, and the Tennessee Scholars Program for her academic excellence. Jamie is also a recipient of various national youth leadership awards and academic achievements. She is entering Middle Tennessee State University in August 2007 to pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
She attended the People to People Student Ambassador Program and was invited to attend the Congressional Student Leadership Conference and the National Students Leadership Conference of Tennessee Workshop. Jamie was also nominated into the Distinguished National Youth Leadership Forum for Medicine. She has also won a few awards for her poems from the Creative Communication’s Young Poet’s Contest, International Library of Poets, and the Society of Poets.
She finds pleasure in listening to Gospel and influential music, reading books, playing the clarinet, writing poetry, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.
(2007, paperback, 38 pages)
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