Upon This Rock: The Miracles Of A Black Church by Samuel G. Freedman

Upon This Rock: The Miracles Of A Black Church

bySamuel G. Freedman

Paperback | February 16, 1994

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In this widely acclaimed bestseller, the author of Small Victories tackles another explosive issue, this time race in America, by taking an in-depth look at the pastor of a thriving black church in one of New York's most desperate slums.

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Samuel G. Freedman, who has won numerous awards for investigative reporting and feature writing, is a former reporter for The New York Times. He has written frequently for Rolling Stone and has taught in the Columbia University Graduate Departments ofTheater and Journalism. He lives in New York City with his wife, Cynthia.
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Title:Upon This Rock: The Miracles Of A Black ChurchFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8 × 5.38 × 0.87 inPublished:February 16, 1994Publisher:HarperCollins

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In this widely acclaimed bestseller, the author of Small Victories tackles race in America by taking an in-depth look at the pastor of a thriving African American church in one of New York's most desperate slums. Winner of the 1993 Helen B. Bernstein Award for Excellence in Journalism.

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"A testament to how an individual and a group can be innovative, resourceful and brave--and achieve the near-impossible.""--New York Times""This elegantly written book reawakens us to the fullness of the human spirit."--Alex Kotlowitz, author of "There Are No Children Here