Jan. 3 – Eric Motley – Madison Park [Christmas Calendar]

The Englewood Review of Books
Best Books of 2017
Advent / Christmas Calendar
January 3

 

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A Place of Hope

 

Eric Motley

 
Hardback: Zondervan, 2017
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I was blown away by “Madison Park,” a book just written by a colleague of mine, Eric Motley, about growing up in a tight-knit African-American enclave of Montgomery, Ala., that was built by a group of freed slaves led by his great-great grandfather. I ended up writing a foreword for it, because it taught me so much about the strength that comes from community and the grace that is bestowed by gratitude.

 

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