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Jesus lost a foot, a hand and one of his arms!

posted by Robert Gelinas

A little over a week ago I gathered my children around the table and said, "You’re not going to believe what happened last night, Jesus lost a foot,  a hand and one of his arms!"  They were predictably shocked. West […]

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The Next Level Church

posted by Robert Gelinas

I am grateful to have been invited to speak to The Next Level Church tonight.  God has used this fellowship to spur many on toward an authentic relationship with Christ.  I’ve been asked to speak about one of my favorite […]

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Colfax

posted by Robert Gelinas

Colfax–The longest street in America. The Denver Post produced an informative and interactive guide to this historic stretch of asphalt:  The Colfax Story

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Wynton Marsalis–Green Chimneys

posted by Robert Gelinas

Wynton Marsalis’ Green Chimneys on his album, "Live at the House of Tribes," is one of my all time favorite performances.  Sometimes it is the only song I’ll listen to for days at a time.  Every time you try to […]

I wonder if this is how God feels…

posted by Robert Gelinas

Pearls Before Breakfast

A Father to the Fatherless: The Jazz Connection (p4)

posted by Robert Gelinas

Here’s the jazz connection in all of this. How do we find unity in the body of Christ?  Some say, city-wide prayer summits and worship services.  Other churches have formal partnerships with other fellowships and swap pastors occasionally.  I have […]

A Father to the Fatherless: Getting Practical (p3)

posted by Robert Gelinas

It’s not hard for a local church to do something! Hope for Orphans, a ministry of Family Life, has taken on the task of resourcing the bride of Christ when it comes to orphan care.  I have had the privilege […]

A Father to the Fatherless (p2)

posted by Robert Gelinas

If God is the Father then who is the mother?  Nineteen thousand children "age out" of the foster care system in America each year.  That is, they turn 18 not knowing who will take them off to college or walk […]

A Father to the fatherless: Limbo doesn’t exist? (p1)

posted by Robert Gelinas

No more Limbo?  The Pope is putting an end to the Catholic theological hypothesis of Limbo.  For years the Catholic church has wrestled with what happens to unbaptized infants after they have died.  Their reasoning has been:  Hell?  No.  Purgatory? […]

New Life To an Old Dream (p3)

posted by Robert Gelinas

I’m writing a book!  (Actually, two books…) I am grateful to my wife, friends, an incredible group of literary agents (Wolgemuth and Associates) and Zondervan for encouraging, supporting and believing in me. I’ll be writing about the implications of jazz […]

New Life To an Old Dream (p2)

posted by Robert Gelinas

There have been many times that others have told me that I should write.  The idea has always been appealing but I have had reservations. First, there was the question of motivation.  Why write a book out side of being […]

New Life To an Old Dream (p1)

posted by Robert Gelinas

Every Lent I take all of my unresolved dreams and place them in the tomb with Jesus on Good Friday.  The weeks leading up to the celebration of Christ conquering death I take my dreams to God and allow them […]

Reflections of a Jazz Theologian Live!

posted by Robert Gelinas

For those of you in the Denver area, mark your calendars.  The dates are set for Reflections of a Jazz Theologian Live! Every Wednesday, July 18th-August 29th, 7-9pm, in The Upper Room at Chambers and Iliff.  The cost will be […]

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Guest Blogger: Patricia Raybon
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