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2016 End of Year Reflection

I can honestly say that 2016 has been one of the most productive years of my adult life. It was the first full year in my 40’s and it was full of rewarding and humbling moments. I began the year

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Posted in faith, graduate school, miscellaneous, pastors, Spiritual Growth, Uncategorized

The Blood Cries Out

And the LORD said unto Cain, Where is Abel thy brother? And he said, I know not: Am I my brother’s keeper? And he said, What hast thou done? the voice of thy brother’s blood crieth unto me from the ground. Genesis 4:9-10

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Posted in black church, church, faith, liberation theology, miscellaneous, pastors, Uncategorized

Will You Remember the Last Days of September?

 September 2015 has is considered as a month to go down in history. There are those who are making deep connections to end time events such as the Rapture of Christians, an asteroid/comet collision with Earth, the rolling out of

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Posted in church, faith, liberation theology, miscellaneous, pastors, politics, theology

Jonah and the realization of reluctant ministry

Reluctance in ministry does not take away the need for ministry.

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Posted in black church, church, liberation theology, pastors, preachers and church stuff, preaching, Spiritual Growth

Tune in to Zera Today with Pastor Lorenzo Neal

It’s a new year with new exciting topics and guests for Zera! Tune in today at 11:00 CST at http://tobtr.com/s/7266305

Posted in church, faith, pastors, politics, preachers and church stuff, theology

Elections, Violence and Church Responsibility on Zera Today

Coming back off break, Pastor Lorenzo Neal returns with discussions on current topics including domestic violence, breast cancer awareness month and how the black church leadership can handle incidents of violence among church leadership and celebrities. Pastor Neal also discusses

Posted in black church, church, faith, liberation theology, pastors, politics, Spiritual Growth

Ray Rice and the Prestige of Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence is a very serious offense. We hear stories of tragedy and triumph and the will to survive from both men and women who have been victims of domestic violence. The recent news of a professional athlete abusing his

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Posted in education, faith, liberation theology, miscellaneous, pastors, politics

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