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She Who Kneels

African American Expressions
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An African-American checkbook planner featuring an image of a Black female praise dancer who is glorifying the Most High through the ministry of song and dance. The following inspiration sentiment is on the front of the planner: "She Who Kneels Before GOD Can Stand Before Anyone".

Each checkbook planner measures 6.5x3.5 inches in size. This 24-month pocket planner contains a calendar for 2018 and 2019. Every month features ample space for a things to do list, appointments, and two sections for notes. In addition, an inspirational biblical scripture is highlighted every month to inspire the soul and focus the mind.

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Description

An African-American checkbook planner featuring an image of a Black female praise dancer who is glorifying the Most High through the ministry of song and dance. The following inspiration sentiment is on the front of the planner: "She Who Kneels Before GOD Can Stand Before Anyone".

Each checkbook planner measures 6.5x3.5 inches in size. This 24-month pocket planner contains a calendar for 2018 and 2019. Every month features ample space for a things to do list, appointments, and two sections for notes. In addition, an inspirational biblical scripture is highlighted every month to inspire the soul and focus the mind.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 6.5 inches
Length 3.5 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU P385
Year Released 2017
African American Expressions
Inspired by his dedication to God and deep commitment to family, Gregory Perkins began African American Expressions in a small shop in Sacramento, California in 1991. Having no formal education beyond a high school diploma, Perkins lovingly refers to the B.A. he received when he became “Born Again”. African American Expressions, now the largest black-owned greeting card company in America, began as a single product company selling ethnically sensitive Christmas cards in three designs. Perkins' persistence was fueled by his childhood experiences watching his father run the family restaurant and nightclub business in Niagara Falls, New York. Today, African American Expressions sells over 2,500,000 cards annually with over 500 original designs. This multimillion dollar operation has expanded to include many other inspirational gifts such as calendars, handcrafted figurines, journals, mugs, magnets, bookmarks, Christmas decorations and more. The company rapidly expands its market share through the distribution channels of thousands of retailers and wholesalers throughout the country and around the world.
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