Monthly Archives: February 2013

Today’s Sermon: The Faith of a Niger

Today is the last Sunday of Black History Month.  What better time is there for we traditional African-American Christians to start the conversations about our similarities to and differences from the ancient faith that is still being practiced in Africa and … Continue reading

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Today’s Sermon: Surrender for Something Greater

If then you count me as a partner, receive him as you would me Philemon 17 Many of our grandmothers and grandfathers avoided the book of Philemon because of the idea of sending a slave back to his master seems … Continue reading

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Today’s Sermon: Lack of Repentance: A Root of Ruin

Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand. Matthew 4:17 This is African-American History Month.  We at Trinty give honor not only to those who have made great contributions to this nation.  We also honor the great saints from … Continue reading

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