When a wrongly accused man (Don Juan Jackson) gets out of prison, he focuses his attention on becoming a good example for his six-year-old daughter, who has already been terribly influenced by her mother and her mother's many paramours. He plans to get a job and be a family man, but his plans are derailed. Get ready for action when Don Juan is drawn into a life of crime by his pal, Lex.
This book was written in a funny manner to not only touch upon some old-school ways, but to also make us laugh, cry, and think about how some of the things we do impact kids, family, friends, and neighbors, society in general. Some stuff is made up and some stuff is just based upon what I have seen over the years. This book doesn't target any race because all races can be ghetto. For "ghetto" is not about colors, black, white, or pink; but about how you act, how you live, and how you think.
With biblical and practical wisdom, Ryan J. Pelton has written an accessible guide to answer the questions of Christian and seeker alike: How can I rediscover the joy of meditating on the Bible? How can I rediscover joy in God? This audiobook will help you understand the necessity of meditating on scripture for a deeper knowledge of God and key practices to cultivate a lifetime of enjoyment in the Bible.
An earthquake devastates Los Angeles, allowing thousands of dinosaurs to escape from a huge dinosaur zoo near there. They invade the city and battle the armed forces. A mean and tough general is in command, working with a zoo director who is a scientist. Bombs are dropped on the city as warplanes and tanks battle dinosaurs. Huge plant-eaters stampede, crushing people. Meat-eaters rip people apart as troops shoot dinosaurs with automatic weapons, people panic, killing others in traffic.