Gods Graffiti: Inspiring Stories for Teens
offers a prophetic prescription for young people surrounded by challenging realities by facilitating a platform that empowers, engages, and enriches with the transformative power of faith in God. Via powerful biblical narratives, Rev. Tune frames the optics of hope and change for a generation poised to lead our cities out of the desert of despair and into the promise of tomorrow. --Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, Hispanic Evangelical AssociationGods Graffiti
will arrest your attention. All who read this book will be blessed by the insights and inspiration that reflects both his wisdom from the school of hard knocks and his wrestling with the Word of God. Young people and young adults will appreciate his real talk that gets in your face with Good News thats biblically based. He brilliantly gleans lessons from Scripture and makes sense out of the nonsense that haunts those who are hurting. Those who have known a life of privilege should also read Gods Graffiti
. It will sensitize you to the plight of those who continue to be victimized by injustice and inequality. Christians will be challenged to join Rev. Tune in his ministry on the front lines bringing hope and healing to the hood. --Frederick Douglass Haynes III, Senior Pastor, Friendship-West Baptist Church, Chairman of the Board, FaithFormula Human Services Corporation
>With raw candor and vulnerability, Gods Graffiti
speaks to so-called at-risk youth with the voice of one of their own. Author Romal Tune, writes to these young people as one who knows, testifying to the God who restores their beginnings and transforms their endings. A wonderful resource to use for devotion or Bible study that is destined to become a classic in working with at-risk kids. --Dr. Felicia Howell LaBoy, Assistant Professor of Evangelization in the Heisel Chair, Director, the Center for Urban Ministry, United Theological Seminary
About the Author
Romal Tune is Founder and Executive Administrator of two touchstone organizations dedicated to connecting faith communities, corporate and public entities, social-change advocates, and underserved young people: the national non-profit Faith For Change, which solicits community involvement with high-needs schools, and FFC Consulting, which engages and connects companies and organizations with the faith-based community at large. A regular contributor to the Huffington Post as well as other publications, Tune is also a popular motivational speaker and teacher. He graduated magna cum laude from Howard University and Duke Divinity School.