Don't Look at Me: A Poetic Autobiography

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AuthorHouse, 2002 - 144 páginas

"It's powerful, heart warming, and encouraging! This book will motivate and inspire the reader to grab a hold of God's hand and hang on! The Blacksheep is--- a in our lifetime, PRODIGAL SON!!!!"

Pastor Arthur Tripp
By Faith in Christ Church
Richmond, VA

"Duane Foster is an inspiring writer who not only possesses the age and physical maturation of a man, but also maintains intellectual stamina, character depth, and spiritual development. These phenomenal qualities are abundantly diffused in his self reflecting and soul stirring collection, Don't Look At Me"

Angela Ray
Founder of Mahagonee Dime Productions
Author of: Blackberry Whispers/Professional Poet/Actress
Durham, NC

"To read this book is a life changing experience! To hear the CD is absolutely Mind Blowing! No doubt-- The Blacksheep, He keeps it real!"

Lafayette D. Pope
Executive of Administration for: the S.W.I.M Team Organization.

"Powerful--Pointed--Prophetic--The Blacksheep is a living example of how God, through the power of His Son Jesus, can completely turn a life around--To God be the Glory!!! The Blacksheep is in the House!!"

Frank Morrison-Henderson
Pastor, Motivation Ministries (M2) motivationministries.com
Raleigh, NC

"The Lord has put a formidable tool in Duane's hand to defeat the devil and lead a new generation of young people to the Kingdom of God!"

Pastor R.C. Hunter
Beulah Community Church
598 5th Avenue Lachine (Quebec), Canada H852V9

"I have seen many different types of ministries and tools for the Lord over the past fourteen years. The ministry God has empowered Duane with is one of the most unique and powerful ministries I have seen or heard! Some things you just know are from God!"

Pastor Geronimo Aguilar
Richmond Outreach Center (The "ROC")
In 4 Life Ministries - In 4 Life.com
Richmond, VA

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