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March 2009 Archives

Finding The Groove Live!–Opening Night

posted by Robert Gelinas

We just finished another great night of the kickoff to Finding the Groove Live! at the Soiled Dove underground.   Here's a picture of the multi-talented, Chris Lang, playing Coltrane's A Love Supreme. Remember, this is just the beginning and […]

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Finding The Groove Live!–Opening Night

posted by Robert Gelinas

Thanks for all of you who came out as we began our journey towards Composing a Jazz-Shaped Faith.  What a blast

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What if we had a “jazz-shaped” faith?

posted by Robert Gelinas

Ralph Ellison said that all of American life is "jazz-shaped."  I think that this raises a number of questions for what a jazz-shaped faith might entail. What if… …Christians embraced the tension and mystery of our faith? …Experienced church like […]

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Finding The Groove Live!–Opening Night has arrived

posted by Robert Gelinas

Update:  Sold Out for March 30 & 31 Monday and Tuesday are opening nights for Finding the Groove Live!  I'm really excited as we are basically sold out (wow, that's 600 people!).  Each of you will receive a complimentary copy […]

I went to jail today…

posted by Robert Gelinas

I went to jail today.   A friend of mine works there and invited me to take a tour.  It's sad to see beloved creations of God sitting around, wasting away, bored to death.  The Arapahoe County Jail is over […]

I’m going to jail today…

posted by Robert Gelinas

…can't wait to tell you about it.

Finding The Groove Live!–Update

posted by Robert Gelinas

Over 500 tickets have been sold to Finding the Groove Live @ the Soiled Dove Underground.  (March 30th or 31st)  For those of you in the Denver area you can purchase tickets online at soileddove.com.  If we sell out (which we […]

Finding the Groove is now available!

posted by Robert Gelinas

My new book, Finding the Groove:  Composing a Jazz-Shaped Faith, is now readily available at your local bookstore or Amazon.com.   Zondervan has made the first chapter available on line (click here).

Unfortunately, this how many see Christianity.

posted by Robert Gelinas

Finding The Groove KNKT 107.1 Interview

posted by Robert Gelinas

This week I'll be discussing by book Finding the Groove:  Composintg A Jazz-Shaped Faith on  ABQ Connect KNKT FM Tuesday Wednesday at 1:15pm MST.  Peter Benson is the host of this engaging talk show in Albuquerque, NM and I'm really  looking forward […]

Bringing Hip-Hop to Church–Interview with the Hip-Hop Pastor, Efrem Smith

posted by Robert Gelinas

Hip-Hop is here to stay. Efrem Smith not only understands this, he embraces it. And he believes other leaders in his position also must learn to embrace it, if the church is going to do its job in urban communities. […]

Jazz Theology 101 (p1)

posted by Robert Gelinas

What is jazz theology? It is what happens to our faith when we discover that jazz is more than music.  Once this is realized we begin to see jazz everywhere.  It was the great novelist, Ralph Ellison, who said that […]

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