Holiday – Holy Day

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 The artist popularly known as Madonna released a hit single in 1983, entitled Holiday. Like all magical stories, Holiday had been turned down by singers Phyllis Hyman and Mary Wilson, formerly of The Supremes. In similar vein with the vision of the Olympics and FIFA World Cup, this song calls for …

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From Order to Chaos: a study on Exodus

Exodus chapters 10 - 12 It sometimes feels like we make giant strides to progress, then slip back every now and again. As well as the Olympics, one of these progressive milestones was the invention of the FIFA WORLD CUP. A festival designed to bring the world together, regardless of race, religion, or any ideology …

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No Miracles for The Black Race

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 Transatlantic Slave trade took place from the 16th to the 19th centuries. As a footnote, for those of us familiar with European history, this was the same era of the Reformation. In fact the Reformation kicked off in 1517 and ended around 1648. This begs the question if the Reformation was …

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Jesus in History

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 In a bid to highlight the divinity of Jesus, the writers of the gospel avoided attributes of Jesus’ humanity. And because their writings are treated as biographical accounts, instead of theological interpretation, their audiences are often misled about Jesus in history. For example, Jesus is presented as being led by the …

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This Sunday at Healingsprings fellowship

From Order to Chaos The love and affection shown to Moses by the royal household in Egypt was not strong enough to lure him away from his roots. All the wealth and influence he accrued could not take his heart away from the pain and suffering of his people. In fact, he willingly exchanged it …

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