Date & Time: Thursday, January 23, 2020 09:02 AM
Where We Shop
Where We Eat
Where We Worship
Where We "Get Our Learn On"
Where We Discuss Important Matters Without Apology (Indaba)
A Walk in Truth Christian Books & BlackPrint Books & Art Gallery.
RITA GARCIA WILLIAMS, AUTHOR
"A powerful and affecting story
of sisterhood and motherhood."
—New York Times
Awards & Honors for
One Crazy Summer
Newbery Honor Book
Coretta Scott King Award (Author)
National Book Award Finalist
Scott O'Dell Award
for Historical Fiction
Named a Best Book of the Year by:
Christian Science Monitor,
The Horn Book, Kirkus,
Reviews, Publishers Weekly,
School Library Journal,
and Washington Post
ALA Notable Book
Chicago Public Library
Best of the Best
New York Public Library's
"One Hundred Titles for
Reading and Sharing
New York Times Editors' Choice
NAACP Image Award Nominee
Parents' Choice Gold Award
Bea Dozier-Taylor, Proprietor
A WALK IN TRUTH | BLACKPRINT | COMMUNICATIONWORKS 4U
"How is the Good News reaching others through your life?"
NEW HAVEN, CT-A WALK IN TRUTH Christian Books Soon to Celebrate 25 Years.
You have a choice of bookstores, and we're truly blessed that you choose to shop local and experience—what we believe to be—a welcoming oasis to any Christ-centered & cultural journey.
Oftentimes people ask if there is any conflict in being Black and a Christian. My answer remains the same. i am...
To be secure in your heritage is a good thing, indeed, but lineage nor tradition can save you. The power and joy in knowing how people of African ancestry held onto the fundamental truth, principle, and promises in God’s Word is affirming. Our job is to explore, celebrate, and pass what it means to have "...come this far by [our] faith" in Christ Jesus as Lord and Savior.
"BLACK BY NATURE — CHRISTIAN BY CHOICE"
I nurture a belief that what we've accomplish is more than "giving back". It is doing the inside job of adding to and building on the concept of "the village." And, yes, challenges will continue to abound! "The village," and the people, aren't quite as stable as they used to be.
Although over 70% of Christian and 80% of Black Bookstores across the country have gone out-of-business. We are re-committed to facing this challenge and keeping the "gates" open to fulfill what is our commitment and mission: "Serving Those Who Serve" and "Selling Us On Ourselves."
Our location remains the same, and is an important part my assignment! Your support is vital and appreciated. We are ”a way station” for those who preach, teach, reach, and/or lead others in need of resources to replenish and strengthen their Christ-Centered and Cultural journey.
A WALK IN TRUTH
How is the Good News Reaching Others Through Your Life?
Bibles | Study Bibles
(KJV, NKJV, NIV, NLT, AMP, Parallel, etc.)
Christian Literature & Resources
Sunday School Ministry
Youth Ministry | Choir Ministry
Pastor's Aide Ministry | Usher Ministry
Community Outreach Ministry
Church & Communion Supplies
Pulpit & Choir Robes | Gifts & Awards
We are Truly Blessed to Celebrate 24 Years! Serving Those Who Serve
Tracing Our Roots & Rediscovering Our Herigage
Historically Informative—Spiritually Awakening—Intellectually Stimulating
"About us, for us, by us, and nearby..."
Doing the Inside Job of
Selling Us On Ourselves
- Books for all ages featuring the skin God put us in.
- Artwork featuring God's handiwork (that's us).
- Heritage hair, heritage lips, heritage nose, heritage color.
- The very skin we're in is an essential part of our story.
- Cultural gift items giving testament to our God-Given talent.
- "About us, for us, by us, and nearby…"
We Are a Showcase of African American Talent
The Power of Communication
Collaborate + Coordinate + Cultivate
Working Together … Working 4U
— Calendar of Events —
Where We "Get Our Learn On" (without apology)
Where We Discuss Important Matters (Indaba)
Where We Shop—Where We Eat
Where We Worship
Adding Style & Substance to Your Communications!
CW4U… it's about U,
the Reader, the Prospect, the Customer
"WHAT" WE DO
We assist culturally-aware service environments that look to bridge the gap and transmit a message that says "…we recognize the African American community social needs as well as their economic pursuits and achievements. We must honor and serve to strengthen their economic base because we are a genuine part of your community."
"WHY" WE DO
Good and well-intentioned endeavors within community continue to lack the tools necessary to most effectively attract, retain and preserve African American distinctions. The literature, artwork, and workplace does not reflect issues specifically relevant to the African American community as a whole and continue to leave impressions that imply:
—People of African ancestry are, but, a happenstance supporter of our businesses, organizations, etc.
—People of color are not consider a worthy expense to reflect genuine cultural resources
—And some are oblivious to the cultural distinctions and reluctantly serve the African American community
"HOW" WE DO
"Turning Up the Wattage"
CW4U is about our ability to effectively and affordably communicate our entrepreneurial pursuits and business events.
CW4U is an information gathering/sharing page of the website, featuring initiatives and services.
Strategies that will help you to attract, retain, educate and inspire from within. As your Cultural Information Broker, let us assist you to maintain and achieve your goals to build on and improve your relationship with the community.
In Anticipation of Our Upcoming 25th Year Anniversary