Tag: The Preaching Project

Reverend Liz Walker: If we lose sight of love, we have lost sight of preaching

Posted on 09/28/14 by Kenyatta Gilbert

In her sermon “A Love Letter to God,“ preacher-sage Rev. Liz Walker makes two important theological claims that should ground every preacher’s preaching life.                           Sermon: A Love Letter to God                Liz Walker: My Story 1.  One must first […]

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Forthcoming Worship, Music, and Preaching Resource

Posted on 06/04/14 by Kenyatta Gilbert

BUY THE BOOK       James Abbington, ed. Readings in African American Church Music and Worship, Vols. 1 & 2 (2001) and (2014). A compilation of articles and essays written by musicians and theologians on the most recent and developing trends in the worship and music of African Americans. Part III of this volume focuses […]

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ASK YOURSELF, WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE “CUT DEAD BUT STILL ALIVE?”

Posted on 07/15/13 by Kenyatta Gilbert No Comments

  “Every preacher…no, every person in America should have this book!!!!”   Dr. Ellison’s New Book: “CUT DEAD BUT STILL ALIVE!” ARTICLE- TOO MANY AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUNG MEN ARE ‘CUT DEAD”   LISTEN AND SEE what this young mystic, theologian, and sage, Dr. Gregory Ellison III, asks us to see and ask ourselves. OUR QUESTIONS ARE […]

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