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June 2010 Archives

Sunday Sermon–The Book of Revelation (p)

posted by Robert Gelinas

Study of the Book of Revelation (p3)–The Unveiling:  Imagine an Open Door (click to watch video or listen to audio)

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Anti-Rape Condom!

posted by Robert Gelinas

What’s your take on the new anti-rape, rape fighting condom with teeth?  (Read the CNN Story Here)  Some say it’s a great idea, other’s think it will make a bad situation worse… Join the Groove:  What do you think?

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Sunday Sermon–The Book of Revelation (p2)

posted by Robert Gelinas

Today’s sermon:  The Book of Revelation (p2) The Unveiling:  Imagine Jesus Speaking Watch Video or Listen to Audio

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What’s on your summer reading list?

posted by Robert Gelinas

Here’s my summer reading list. From Civil Rights to Human Rights:  Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Struggle for Economic Justice by Thomas F. Jackson. New England White by Stephen L. Carter Texas Tough:  The Rise of America’s Prison Empire […]

Nominate this Blog!–2010 Black Weblog Awards

posted by Robert Gelinas

It’s not too late! Nominations for The Black Weblog Awards go through July–Help me win again like you did last year! 1)  Please go to this link: Black Weblog Awards 2)  Nominate my blog for best faith based blog (to make […]

Movies You Watch Again and Again

posted by Robert Gelinas

What movies do you watch again and again?  Here’s my top 15… Batman Begins–This is the best Batman ever!  Whenever I need a boost when it comes to fighting for my city I watch Batman fight for Gotham.  Fires me […]

Between Allah & Jesus: Part 2a

posted by Robert Gelinas

In the latest post from Peter Kreefts book, “Between Allah And Jesus,” the question of Muslims and Christians having a common source came up.  I asked Aziz Poonwalla for his take on this and also what it means for a […]

Sunday Sermon–The Book of Revelation (p1)

posted by Robert Gelinas

Ever want to study the book of Revelation?   Here’s your chance.   Recently, at my church, we studied the this fascinating last book of the Bible.  Each Sunday I’ll post a new installment of this series I entitled, “The […]

Martin Luther King Jr.–The Definition of Greatness

posted by Robert Gelinas

Black Weblog Awards 2010–Nominate this Blog

posted by Robert Gelinas

Last year this blog was awarded the judges choice for the Best Faith Based Blog in the Black Weblog Awards. I’d like to repeat this year, perhaps with the popular vote as well, so I need your help! 1)  Please […]

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Sermon of the Week: Your Lot in Life (P6)
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Guest Blogger: Patricia Raybon
A Ghost? Or Our God?   By Patricia Raybon It’s dark, cold and early. But I’m excited. On this morning, the most important thing I have to do is hear from God. And not just a little bit. I want to hear without limits. Isn’t that what ...

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Sermon of the Week: Your Lot in Life (P5)
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