The Beauty of Our Sacred Lives

The Beauty of Our Sacred Lives

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May God heal all of us after the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and 5 Dallas police officers. This week, we looked to the Book of Galatians because Romans often celebrated their oppression of Galatians with sculptures of dead Galatians or Romans crushing Galatians. God had a Word for the Galatians and God has a Word for us today. Grace be to you and peace from God the Father, and from our Lord Jesus Christ, who gave himself for our sins, that He might deliver us from this present evil world, according to the Will of God and our Father… Galatians 1:3-4… May music start and never stop in your hearts with songs like “Just for Me” (Donnie McClurkin); “I’ve Seen Him Do It” (Kurt Carr); and “Jehovah Fill This Place” (Medley led by Benita Washington).

The Beauty of Our Sacred Lives

By | 2016-07-09T12:52:24-05:00 July 9th, 2016|The Bible Study Department|0 Comments

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Tobias Pinckney is the Excellence Excavator, using the Word of God to help people uncover and offer their very best to and for God and their communities. From Plainfield, NJ and raised in Rose of Sharon Community Church, Tobias received his Biblical training at Colgate-Rochester/Crozer Divinity School and the motivation to pursue this calling through the Godfidence Institute led by Marshawn Evans Daniels. An interviewer, inspiring Tobias, asked him to imagine additionally using all his University of Delaware undergraduate education, University of Chicago Law School training, and Medgar Evers College Business Law teaching in the pursuit of the Gospel. Tobias is now the Founder of Powered to Witness University and excited about what God is creating.

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