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LIFEchange Training Ministries
Training Ministries is the Bible teaching ministry of Matt Blackmon
Welcome Aliza Grace Blackmon!
She arrived Monday, March 17, 2003 at 1:57 p.m.
What can Matt teach for your church or organization?
How do I contact Matt?
2317 Bellbrook Lane
Garland, TX 75040-4008
Email address: email@example.com.
The Passion of the Christ information:
thoughts on Mel Gibson's The Passion of the
One of Mel Gibson's main sources, Anne Catherine Emmerich's The Dolorous
Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ is available
online as well as in adobe
format. While I do not recommend it as reading for good theology, it is
interesting (at least to me) as primary source material for research into the
What's up with the ugly baby? Mel Gibson's
My writing and resources:
My thoughts on Mel Gibson's The Passion of the
AAR/ETS 2003 Paper: The Buswell-Chafer Controversy Circa 1937-38: An Unusually
Civil War of Words? (AAREATS03.pdf)
Three Strands Relevant: Oh Be Careful Little Mouth What You Say
What to Say Without Saying the Wrong Thing (Word .doc file)
Email: Three Strands Relevant: The Mysterious Working of a Mysterious God
I did not intend for this to be anything beyond a devotional for the
Sunday School Class (so there are lots of spelling errors, grammar errors,
etc.... afterall, its the postmodern thing to be unpolished),
3 Strands Woven, that I teach at
The Heights Church in Richardson, TX.
However, this email has received broad circulation, including airplay with
an interview on the
Fisher Radio Program on KCBI. I have reproduced it here in its entirety
due to many requests. In all this, let's remember to keep the focus on the
families and friends of those who are grieving. Unfortunately, Metro Church has
ceased to exist.
DTS Course Resources Page for ST103
DTS Course Resources Page for ST104
DTS Course Resources Page for ST105
DTS Course Resources Page for ST215
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Obviously, a work still in progress. So where's the progress?
LAST UPDATED: March 17, 2004.