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Jeremy Cowart

Jeremy Cowart is a freelance photographer in Nashville, Tenn., where he works with many music industry clients. He went to Africa in the summer of 2005 in conjuction with Blood: Water Mission and shot more than 5,000 images for this book.

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  1. What's Your Mark?

    What's Your Mark?

    Annie F. Downs, Brad Davis, Jeremy Cowart

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    Join celebrity photographer and social artist Jeremy Cowart as he presents 16 compelling stories of people who are making their mark today. The stories contained in What's Your Mark? Every Moment Counts. are just a sampling of the stories that all followers of Jesus can tell... Learn More
  2. The Poor Will Be Glad: Joining the Revolution to Lift the World Out of Poverty

    The Poor Will Be Glad: Joining the Revolution to Lift the World Out of Poverty

    Peter Greer, Phil Smith, Jeremy Cowart

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    This eminently practical book shows how ordinary people can help fight poverty around the world. Focusing on proven initiatives such as microfinance and employment-based solutions, the authors outline specific steps we can take in leading the charge against spiritual and phy... Learn More
  3. Hello Love

    Hello Love

    Andrew High, Chris Tomlin, Jeremy Cowart, Louie Giglio

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    Chris Tomlin's fifth studio release, Hello Love, communicates what he describes as the need to introduce ourselves to love again. The album endeavors to give voice to the Church to worship their Creator, through songs like "Love," "God of This City," "Sing, Sing, Sing" and "... Learn More

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