Pausing to Pray

Rushing from the plane to find the nearest rest room, I did not pause to read more clearly the adjacent signs overhead. My initial encounter with the city of Dubai was erroneously walking into an Islamic prayer room — not a restroom. A vacation of a lifetime culminating in a mistake I could have avoided“Pausing to Pray”

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The Rev. Dr. Benjamin P. Campbell Receives Honorary Title Pastor Emeritus

Our Christian faith encourages us to honor the elders who labor among us: “Let the elders who rule well be considered worthy of double honor, especially those who labor in preaching and teaching.” (1 Timothy 5:17)  As a visible and symbolic way of honoring the distinguished service of The Reverend Dr. Benjamin P. Campbell, on“The Rev. Dr. Benjamin P. Campbell Receives Honorary Title Pastor Emeritus”

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The Theology of Race

1st Fall Lecture for the Koinonia School of Race and Justice, given September 28, 2015 at Richmond Hill by the Rev. B. P. Campbell Introduction: Constantine and King James In 325 A. D. the Emperor Constantine, who had just, after 13 years of battle, murder and intrigue, secured his position in control of the Roman Empire, locked all“The Theology of Race”

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Word and reality

Everything is so much more than the words that describe it …than the measurements that describe it …than the chemical and physical analysis that profile it. Everyone is so much more than the words that describe them …than the things you can say about them …than the analysis you can make of them …than the“Word and reality”

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Divine Treasury

The search for the treasures of of heaven is a daily one. That is a part of its character. There is nothing static about it. It is a daily commitment, a daily exploration, a daily mystery, a daily prayer. “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust consume and where“Divine Treasury”

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