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"One People, One World, One Accord" by Melvin W. Reed
After I was ordained into the Gospel of Jesus in Charlotte, N.C., I came to realize that most religions are more concerned with worshipping their beliefs than God. This book finds that church leaders are a primary reason our children are not taught to love their neighbor as themselves through scriptural misinterpretations. It does not ask you to change your faith, just to simply think about what it says.

I predict that after you read this book, you will want to tell others about it. As you tell them, they will see a new you. Hereafter, the miraculous power of brotherhood will create a world of one people, one world, and one accord. May God bless and keep you, may he make His face to smile upon you and bring peace to you and yours.

In 1956, Author Mel Reed left Pine Plains (NY) High School without a diploma. After the US Army and other jobs, he joined IBM in 1963. In 1977, he was granted a six-month social leave of absence to write a federally funded vocational training program. The first class of 80 students was held in the basement of St. Francis AME Zion church. In February 1981, he set out to write about how he started it with a grant of $75,000, and a miracle happened that changed his life and produced this book. Mel was then ordained into the Gospel of Jesus. Since then, he has been consumed with establishing another training program. Other activities include consulting on the 600 Racing Legends Race Car program, a net profit improvement team for the Star Bank of Ohio, auditing branches.

Item #978-1-60264-20

Regular price $14.95