8 edition of Behold the City found in the catalog.
by BJU Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||163|
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“while there existed great towns and cities all over the world, there was a certain kind of pleasure, a certain type of adventurous and audacious childhood, that only New York City could offer a child.” ― Imbolo Mbue, Behold the Dreamers. Behold the Dreamers is one of numerous recent works that has attempted to grapple with the moral meaning of the financial crisis. Jay McInerney, one of the best-known chroniclers of Manhattan’s upper-class, published Bright, Precious Days (), the third book in his Calloway trilogy, in the same year in which Behold the Dreamers was released.. Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney’s The Nest.
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Behold the City is a call to arms to the work of soul-winning. A plea for prayer for City dwellers living and lost. A personal testimony of God's protection and provision in the dark heart of the concrete jungle.
MATTHEW RECKER grew up in New Jersey not far from New York City/5(3). Behold the City Hardcover – January 1, by Garth Bentley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Garth Bentley.
Behold the City by pastor and New York City church planter Matthew Recker provides a realistic and hard-hitting look at the vast needs of the city and a jubilant celebration of how the gospel of Christ can, and is, meeting those needs and healing the wounded.
He pours out his burden for urban ministry, challenging Christians to hear the cries of the lost in large metropolitan areas.5/5(1).
Matthew Recker is a church-planter in New York City who has faced the challenges and fears of one of the biggest cities in the world. He has planted several Baptist churches in the city. His book Behold the City is described as “a realistic and hard-hitting look at the vast needs of the city and a jubilant celebration of how the gospel of.
Behold the City is a call to arms to the work of soulwinning. A plea for prayer for city dwellers living and lost. A personal testimony of God's protection and provision in the dark heart of the concrete jungle. Behold the City by pastor and New York City church planter Matthew Recker provides a realistic and hard-hitting look at the vast needs of the city and a jubilant celebration of how the gospel of Christ can, and is, meeting those needs and healing the wounded.
He Behold the City book out his burden for urban ministry, challenging Christians to hear the cries of the lost in large metropolitan areas. A resident of the United States for more than a decade, she lives in New York City.
Behold the Dreamers, her critically acclaimed debut novel, won the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction and was named by The New York Times and The Washington Post as one of the notable books of Cited by: 1.
The memoir of legendary Oklahoma City civil rights activist Clara Luper. Luper, a high school teacher, looks back on her experiences organizing the first-ever sit-in protests (preceding even the much better known one in Greensboro, NC), which rolled forward to bring an end to the city's segregationist policies/5(2).
Behold the Dreamers is an #ownvoices book speaking about the powerlessness behind the immigration process and the adjustment process which is different for every individual and family that tries to immigrate to the USA.4/5.
Book Review: 'Behold The Dreamers,' By Imbolo Mbue Imbolo Mbue's debut novel is one of the best books to deal with the financial crisis of It's the story of. Behold the walls Paperback – January 1, by Clara Luper (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings/5(2).
Our Teacher Edition on Behold the Dreamers can help. Previous. Intro. Behold the Dreamers Summary Next. Chapter 1. Jende Jonga enters Clark Edwards ’s office at the renowned investment bank, Lehman Brothers, to interview for a job as a chauffeur.
Jende gets the job, which pays thirty-five thousand dollars per year—far more than he earned. Behold the Dreamers is the debut novel by Imbolo Mbue. The novel details the experiences of two New York City families during the financial crisis: an immigrant family from Cameroon, the Jonga family, and their wealthy employers, the Edwards family.
A compulsively readable debut novel about marriage, immigration, class, race, and the trapdoors in the American Dream—the unforgettable story of a young Cameroonian couple making a new life in New York just as the Great Recession upends the economyNew York Times Bestseller • Winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award • Longlisted for the PEN/Open Book Award • An ALA.
Behold the Dreamers is at once haunting, profound, and imminently readable. Mbue skillfully captures both the essence of Cameroonians in the diaspora, and the world of Wall Street during the recession. Use this form to subscribe, unsubscribe, or renew your subscription to receive your free monthly Behold the Lamb paperback book.
Due to postage costs, persons outside the USA cannot be automaticaly subscribed, but may request each new paperback book at the time it becomes available. Imbolo Mbue is a novelist and short-story writer based in New York City. She is known for her debut novel Behold the Dreamers (), which has garnered her the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction and the Blue Metropolis Words to Change Award.
Her works draw from her own experiences as an immigrant, as well as the experiences of other immigrants pursuing the American dream. Behold the Dreamers is a capacious, big-hearted novel.”—The New York Times Book Review “Mbue’s writing is warm and captivating.”—People (book of the week) “Mbue is a wonderful writer with an uncanny ear for dialogue—there are no false notes here, no narrative shortcuts, and certainly no manufactured happy endings/5(34).
ś Behold, the dayes come, saith the Lord, that the citie shall be built to the Lord from the tower of Hananeel vnto the gate of the corner. - King James Version () - View Bible Scan "Behold, days are coming, declares the LORD, "when the city will be rebuilt for the LORD from the Tower of Hananel to the Corner Gate.".
Behold the Man () is a science fiction novel by British writer Michael originally appeared as a novella in a issue of New Worlds; later, Moorcock produced an expanded version which was first published in by Allison & Busby.
The title derives from the Gospel of John, Chap Verse 5: "Then Jesus came out, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. Michael Moorcock's Behold the Man is right up there, a pager dripping with flaky, mind-bending weirdness, published as part of the SF Masterworks series - and for good reason.
Oh, those New Wave SF novels written in the 60s and 70s - experimental, boundary pushing and out-and-out weird/5().The whole book is fairly concise at only pages. Though I've heard and read the story of the Jesus' death many times over the course of many years, it's amazing how much there is still left to learn/5.This survey is an apt parable for Behold the Dreamers, the stunning debut novel from Imbolo Mbue ’07TC, which tells, with enormous empathy, the story of two families in New York City at the dawn of the recession.
Jende Jonga is an immigrant from the poverty-stricken West African nation of Cameroon.