If Bible Stories Were Reported in Today's Headlines . . .

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If Bible Stories Were Reported in Today's Headlines . . .

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If Bible Stories Were Reported in Today's Headlines . . .
by Delores L. McCollum

If Bible Stories Were Reported in Todays Headlines is a study guide that creatively borrows from contemporary media reporting styles to imagine twenty-first-century headlines for Bible stories and verses. It presents the reader with the opportunity to search for spiritual treasures found within the pages of the Holy Bible and match Bible verses with headlines as they might be reported by modern media outlets. Ancient stories are paired with the news information style of thirty-second sound bites, screaming headlines, and the we interrupt breathlessness that are so familiar in todays world.

About the Author

Delores L. McCollum, a native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, was raised in Cleveland, Ohio, and graduated from Atlantas Spelman College and Cleveland State University. She is the founder of the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Breakfast Celebration and the recipient of the 2008 Educational Excellence Award from the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commissionthe State of Ohio. Ms. McCollum is a member of Bethany Baptist Church in Clevelands Glenville community.

About the Artist

T. Gale Woods, a Cleveland, Ohio, resident since age ten, was born in Mason, Tennessee. She is a graduate of Hiram College and Case Western Reserve University (Weatherhead School of Business/Mandel School of Applied Sciences). She is the artist for the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Breakfast Celebration and the recipient of numerous awards. She is the mother of Leandria and Imani Thomas. Ms. Woods is a member of Antioch Baptist Church in the Fairfax community of Cleveland.

(2010, paperback, 62 pages)