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Do u love Me?

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June 27, 2020

We can all relate in some form or fashion to the question “do you love me.”  Whether paternal, romantic, or friendship, at some point we’ve all encountered this question.  In fact, not so long ago this question was popularized as someone asked, “Kiki do you love me.”  I saw…


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LGBTQ

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June 25, 2020

Talk about an on-time God; He’s proven it again by guiding this timely-released book.  In a nation that is still struggling at the climax of discussion concerning LGBTQ, here are clear and concise answers.  The author walks a tightrope between the passages of God and the practices of the…


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God is Greater!

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May 31, 2020

At some point everyone must come face to face with this reality, “I cannot serve God and ___________” (fill in the blank).  Whether it’s your patriotism, your pledge, your President, your party, your popularity, your possessions, your property, your position, your prosperity, or your pay; God will never accept…


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EACH ONE TEACH ONE

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May 11, 2020

“EACH ONE TEACH ONE”, a phrase that has been around since slavery.  It was instituted because African Americans were denied education, including the right to learn to read. So, when an enslaved person learned or was taught to read, it became his or her obligation to instruct someone else….


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A Mind Is A Terrible Thing to Waste!

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April 27, 2020

A Mind Is A Terrible Thing to Waste. Perhaps you have heard this slogan before.  This campaign was launched in 1972 by the United Negro College Fund to raise money for minorities desiring to attend college.  Since then, millions of dollars have been raised, and thousands have attended and…


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Just as I Am!

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March 25, 2020

When you think about this phrase, what comes to mind? For many it’s the hymn or the song.  However, as we dig a little deeper what comes to mind?  If you’re like most, this phrase causes one to think about acceptance, and that acceptance isn’t invalidated based on present…


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Seek CHRIST in the Crisis

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March 16, 2020

As I watch our city, state, country and world scramble to deal with COVID-19, I’m amazed at how many people are fearful, in a state of panic, chaos, and terror.  I thought to myself, why?  Why are so many people freaking out as if there’s no tomorrow?  Then I…


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The New U!

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February 20, 2020

Hands up, face down, let Him turn your life around!

9 “I used to believe that I ought to do many horrible things to the followers of Jesus of Nazareth. 10 I imprisoned many of the saints in Jerusalem, as authorized by the High Priests; and when they were condemned to death,…


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Naked and No Shame

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January 31, 2020

Most non-whites in the United States of America has always known, and even now know that justice within its borders are unjust.  “Liberty and justice for all” has rang hollow throughout America’s history, yet she still willfully offers a check with insufficient funds to all who might have hope. …


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Direction & Deliverance

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January 17, 2020

Sometimes we just don’t know and can’t see the way out or the way forward!  But praise be to God who is all knowing and all seeing; He has the aerial view whereby he sits high and looks low as He directs and delivers us into our destined salvation.

“And…

Eric Jenkins
Newnan, GA

Have you ever wondered why you’re here, what you should be doing, what’s your purpose? I am Eric Jenkins, a graduate of Luther Rice Seminary, with a focus in Christian Studies. I have been an ordained minister of the gospel of Christ for greater than ten years. More importantly, I am a sinner saved by the grace of God through faith. I have the solution you need; Men of Purpose & Distinction (MOPD) is for you!