The Blueprint by Kirk Franklin


The seven-time Grammy-winning gospel artist describes the harrowing family challenges and lack of role models that hampered his youth, his dedication to helping others and his street-wise perspectives on such topics as faith, family responsibilities and African-American identity. He says it's "a transparent approach to talking about issues -- from marriage to politics to sex and religion -- and it's from my perspective. Not from a Princeton, mainline, protestant, evangelical or liberal viewpoint, but from a 2010 Christian moderate, with swag."

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