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The Gr8 Adventure

posted by Robert Gelinas

We went looking for rare animals…you're not going to believe what we found.

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Off to Harrisburg, PA

posted by Robert Gelinas

This week I'm speaking at a Pastoral enrichment day for the Atlantic and Susquehanna Brethren Conferences in Harrisburg, PA.  Last time I was with these wonderful Christ-followers was in 2007 and I was deeply blessed.   I'll be speaking twice […]

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Can’t stop thinking about this weekends services.

posted by Robert Gelinas

Driving to members class…can’t stop thinking about the services this weekend.

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As Lent begins…

posted by Robert Gelinas

Let us follow Jesus into the desert.   As Christ went without food for forty days let us consider what we could do without as well.  Oh, not for the purpose of seeing how strong we are, quite the opposite…to […]

A Good Valentine’s Day at Church

posted by Robert Gelinas

What would you ask Brian McLaren?

posted by Robert Gelinas

Brian McLaren has a new book out called, "A New Kind of Christianity:  Ten Questions that are Transforming Faith". When it comes to Christianity he says that there is bad news:  "the Christian faith in all its forms is in […]

Why the Leno experiment didn’t work?

posted by Robert Gelinas

Why wasn't The Jay Leno Show successful?   I watched Leno regularly on the Tonight show but not as much in his new times slot.  Actually, if I'm honest, I rarely watched a full episode of The Tonight Show, rather, […]

Exciting Changes Coming to Jazztheologian.com–Need Your Input

posted by Robert Gelinas

As I posted earlier there are two big changes coming to jazztheologian.com: 1)  New Design:  A new, sleek look is just around the corner. 2)  I have been asked to blog for Beliefnet.com.  Beliefnet is the worlds largest religious website […]

Super Bowl Commercials Upon Reflection

posted by Robert Gelinas

Upon reflection, here are my thoughts on the Super Bowl commercials.

The Unveiling: Thoughts on the Book of Revelation–Imagine Jesus Speaking to the Church

posted by Robert Gelinas

Do you see your city the way Jesus does?  What about your neighborhood?   When Jesus speaks to the seven churches of Revelation (chapters 2 & 3) it's important that we not only know what he is saying but that […]

Good Reads for Black History Month

posted by Robert Gelinas

I was asked to post a list of good books to read during Black History Month.  Here's my top ten in no particular order… A Testament of Hope:  The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr, Compiled by […]

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Guest Blogger: Patricia Raybon
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