Item description for Growing Up Brown by Karen D. Cooper...
Overview Growing up in a Christian home during the 1970s and 1980s was not always easy. But the Brown family depended on God's grace to overcome racism, low self-esteem, bullies, and an out of wedlock pregnancy. (Christian)
Publishers Description "Karen Brown-Cooper has crafted a treat for any who pause to savor a life that was shaped by and for God. Her growing up years were the soil from which God prepares His servants. The book will demonstrate the value and importance of quality parenting that is strong and loving. You will want to meet the family by the end of the book." - Steve Miller, Trainer, World Team "The love and respect that Karen has for her parents is a beautiful testimony to the kind of people they are. The quality of their lives goes a long way toward explaining the depth and character that the faculty and staff of our seminary observed in her life as well." - Dr. David G. Dunbar President, Biblical Theological Seminary "The clarity of God's Word breathes through almost every page of the book." - Paul Miller, Author, Love Walked Among Us, The Person of Jesus Growing up in a Christian home during the 70's and 80's was not always easy. But the Brown family depended on God's grace to overcome racism, low self-esteem, bullies, and an out of wedlock pregnancy. Dr. and Mrs. Brown, Jr. demonstrated how to be "salt and light," and shared the value of keeping church and family traditions with their children. Learn why their younger daughter, the author, says it was a privilege to grow up Brown. Karen Brown-Cooper has a Master of Divinity from Biblical Theological Seminary in Hatfield, PA. She was an education advisor in the City of Wilmington, and was the education director for the local Urban League. Currently, she works for Prevent Child Abuse Delaware. Karen lives in Wilmington, DE with her husband Tim and their sons, Vincent and Joseph. www.karenbrowncooper.com
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Release Date Nov 22, 2007
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1602669945 ISBN13 9781602669949
Availability 69 units. Availability accurate as of May 29, 2017 11:32.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Growing Up Brown?
OUTSTANDING!!!!! Sep 5, 2008
This book is a true testament to "Growing up Brown" It's a well written story and a quick read that speaks the truth about Karens life as she remembers it in the Brown household and growing up as a Brown. Thank you for the memories that you have rekindled for us of in your book. They remind us of good times, good friends, and A GREAT family at FMZ.
Great Job Karen!!!
Kevin & Meschelle Williams
Thank you.... Jul 8, 2008
Karen Cooper has done an awesome job in describing her family. There was so much to learn about them. Faith can at times be seen in a negative light when it involves raising a family. Much of our culture teaches our children that divided families are ok. Although the brown family deals with a single family issue, they are never truly single. God provided a father figure when it was needed. What a legacy!
In these times structure can also be seen as negative. It was very encouraging to see structure in the home. The brown family exudes with love during trying times. Instilling discipline early resulted in life principles that has catapulted their daughters success in life. This a true testimony of how God can work in the lives of your children when you let him lead.
Their father, Wilbert Brown Jr. has truly fulfilled Ephesians 5. This world needs more stable Godly role models such as him. Men who courageously lead their families in a Godly manner.
Excellent!! May 6, 2008
I read the book in one day. Karen Brown-Cooper is an excellent storyteller. The way she connected scripture to everyday life lessons is amazing. It is a wonderful read, even for someone without a Bible based background. It actually makes you want to get the Bible out and read more about the Bible passages she refers to in the book. The dedication and faith this family displayed is impressive. It is clear "The Word" is not just words but a way of life when you are "Growing up Brown".