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March 2008 Archives

Remembering Dr. King At The Table

posted by Robert Gelinas

It will be forty years this April that Martin Luther King jr. was assassinated.  Dave Lemieux and the House of Soul in partnership with Colorado Community Church and the Center for African-American Health will be presenting At the Table. There […]

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Update on my first book–Finding the Groove

posted by Robert Gelinas

Well, I’ve finished the manuscript and it is in the hands of a very capable editor at  Zondervan .  I am grateful to my wife, friends, an incredible group of literary agents (Wolgemuth and Associates) for all of their prayer, […]

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posted by Robert Gelinas

"It’s the sea that makes the sailor, It’s the land that shapes the sea I don’t know where I am going or where I’ll some day be. It’s the wood that makes the carpenter, It’s the very tools of his […]

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posted by Robert Gelinas

Lord, I wan’t to know you.  Robert Lewis once wrote “We could not make sense of the New Testament in particular, or Christianity in general, without its central figure—Jesus Christ.  Christianity is not a philosophy or an ethic, but a […]

Call and Response: When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

posted by Robert Gelinas

When I survey the wondrous cross, I am horrified.  Tattered and torn skin…blood matted hair…pain induced quivers…the death of God.  A man so battered and betrayed that words…fail.  When I survey the wondrous cross, its beauty startles me.  The life…the […]

A Christian all should know about…

posted by Robert Gelinas

St. Patrick

Smooth Jazz in Denver is dead!

posted by Robert Gelinas

As of this month smooth jazz is dead in Denver…at least on the radio.  Due to declining ratings Smooth Jazz 104.3 FM is no more.  (They say that if you’ll still be able to hear it via an online stream […]

Blind Spots (part 6)

posted by Robert Gelinas

The goats in Mt. 25 were blindsided!  They failed to realize that to see the least of these is to see Jesus.  This reminds me of Bono at the NAACP Awards…(if you have never seen this it’s worth watching the […]

Building Your Jazz Music Collection

posted by Robert Gelinas

Building a jazz music collection is a life long adventure but getting started can be daunting.   In the right hand column under Info. Pages you’ll find a page called "Building Your Jazz Music Collection."  I’ll add to it often and […]

Jazz in Denver

posted by Robert Gelinas

This is a special week for jazz in Denver.  Denver’s own Tia Fuller is in town (she lives in New York now and is in Beyonce’s all lady band) and at Dazzles this Thursday and Friday.  (click here for info.) […]

Herbie Hancock–Cantelope Island

posted by Robert Gelinas

This past February at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards, Herbie Hancock won the Album of the Year and Best Contemporary Jazz Album.  Herbie is the man!  He played with Miles and is still going strong.  Here’s one of his classics, […]

Blind Spots (part 5)

posted by Robert Gelinas

(I didn’t post on part 4…but here we are for week 5.) In the parable of the Prodigal Son we see that you don’t have to leave home to be lost.  The older brother was close to the father in […]

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Guest Blogger: Patricia Raybon
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