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Lamar Gibbs

Lamar Gibbs is a writer and content creator from Queens, New York. He’s been published on multiple platforms (Jam The Hype, Wade-O Radio, Culture & God, etc.) He's currently building on a vision God placed on his heart called Thoughts Of Redemption—a blog with the purpose of celebrating the process of thought and God's hand in it—"Change your thinking because He changed your life".

Christ Has Risen! What Does That Mean for Us?

This past Sunday, Christians around the globe celebrated the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the reality of Christ’s resurrection never loses its wonder because of what it means. We have a tendency to diminish our physical reality in favor of a non-physical reality, and we do it in …

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The Practice of Giving Thanks will Transform Your Prayer Life

Prayer is so important for us as believers, and it’s one of the most powerful experiences we have when talking to God. It can be mysterious to us as well if we admit it, because of the many ways we engage God in prayer. I’ve written about prayer  before, but …

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Celebrating Five Years of the K.I.N.G. Movement’s NYC Chapter

Last month, I had the privilege of attending the 5th anniversary celebration of the K.I.N.G. Movement’s NYC chapter! K.I.N.G. is a national Christian men’s movement with the purpose and intent of strengthening men in their relationship with God, their brotherhood with each other, and the mission they’re called to in …

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God is Good, Even When Evil Surrounds Us

Recently, I read the book of Zephaniah after realizing I hadn’t read it in awhile. It was written by the prophet Zephaniah, where God proclaims the judgments that were coming to the nation of Israel, as well as Moab, Assyria and others. It’s a pretty short book with only three chapters, …

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Black History Month: The Power of a True Narrative

During the month of February, African-American history is remembered, commemorated, and celebrated under the banner of Black History Month. Today is February 26th, the same day that Carter G. Woodson started the celebration of Negro History Week, which was the precursor to Black History Month that’s celebrated today. Carter pushed …

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The Importance of Validation in our Relationships

Almost two years ago, I wrote about resisting the need for validation when doing God’s will. The context for validation was the need for support or approval from others concerning what God gave you to do. However, now I’m going to speak of the importance of validation, and it comes …

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Change Is a Process—Be Patient

Just like that, the first month of 2019 is over! By now, some of us are taking inventory on how much we’ve accomplished so far since we were off and running in the new year. As you take self-inventory, you may feel the pressure or frustration of failing to meet …

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Dr. MLK and the Revealing Power of Adversity

On January 15th, America observes the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as a result of the amazing work he did in the fight for civil rights, and the sacrifices that it cost him. However, while Martin was alive, he wasn’t the most liked in America. In fact, he …

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