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Black Weblog Awards: Finalist!

posted by Robert Gelinas

Finalist Thanks to you this blog is a finalist in the Black Weblog Awards: "Best Faith-Based Blog" Category:  Click here to Vote



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Bill Kiser

posted August 7, 2009 at 10:18 am


Combining “3 Nails in our Church “Tire” (3 major requests from Annual Summit Mtg, Aug. 2nd 4-6:40pm, CC Aurora Campus) and “call/response”, seems to me it is NOT up to “robert” to inform congregation of these 3 areas/dire needs: It is up to US–the ones that attended the meeting or “Summit”.
I plan on giving compliments/kudo’s to board members, hard work, disciplined decisions and forthrightness of charts/financial statement. Like Robert said: “all was said in love and lively disagreement….but me must address the 3 areas (nails, if you will) immediately. This is my response, trusting GOD to give me clarity and very tangible tracts to express this. A true “friend of God” listens to leadership, evaluates and seeks positive action to support and be positive. This is what came to my heart and mind after attending MEN’S LINK, 7-8:15am, Aug. 7th at Englewood Canyon Cafe, as the meeting place was in one of the “areas” of major concern, “facilities”, i.e., Englewood campus is costly (3X?!+ -) in operational budgets.
Robert, send your book to pastor/brother in Michigan for his perusal as he is recovering from knee replacement surgery: richlandbible.org or larry.kiser@richlandbible.org , so I have some “homework” to do “in the woodshed”…bill kiser



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Rebecca J. Schaefer

posted August 13, 2009 at 6:32 pm


Hey –
Congratulations on being a finalist. I noticed your blog is first on the list for voting in it’s category…that’s a good sign.
Looking forward to Jazz & Soul night at the Soiled Dove Sept 1, on Singing The Blues…loving Chapter 8 of Finding The Groove. His eye is on the Sparrow…that’s why Caged Birds sing, and sing they do, with all their hearts.
Rjs



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Shlomo

posted August 18, 2009 at 3:57 pm


B”H
Hey Pastor Robert,
Congrats to you!! This is indeed a great honor. I pray that the LORD will use this to increase your influence and provide greater opportunities to engage others with the message of the Kingdom.
Blessings,
Shlomo



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Ben MacLeay

posted August 24, 2009 at 7:13 am


Robert,
Just emailed this to you but thought I would throw it on here as well, this is the link to “The Elegant Solution”, thought it might be helpful, have a blessed week,
http://changethis.com/29.01.ElegantSolutions
Ben MacLeay



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daniel so

posted August 26, 2009 at 1:06 pm


Robert – Congrats! Your words always challenge and inspire; hope this nomination helps you reach an even broader audience (and leads to an award!).



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