Tag Archive | God

My Interview With God: Gay Marriage

Today on a very special Blacknright blog we have God, the Supreme Ruler of the Universe, here with us today. He has agreed to talk my audience about the current events in our country. So let’s get to it. DL:  Hello God, it is wonderful to have you here today. I am so excited about this […]

Politically Incorrect Answers to Mormon Questions

Why aren’t women allowed to hold the priesthood? Short answer: We don’t need it, men do. Longer answer: Women already run the church as it is. We are in charge of the primary, Young Women‘s and Relief Society. We do visiting teaching. We make sure those families in need are taken care of. We also […]

The Things I Learned in 2010

This is really a continuation of my previous post. Whereas, the other post simply tells you what I accomplished in 2010, this post tells you what I learned this past year.  Therefore the titles come from my previous post. THE YEAR OF MANY LANGUAGES: LESSON LEARNED: Don’t doubt your own capabilities. We often can achieve  more […]

The Leichnitz Chronicles: A Faith Odyssey

Okay so 2010 has come and gone and you may be wondering what has become of Dena and Adonai in 2010.  Or you may be thinking “Who in the heck is Dena and Adonai and why did you forward this email to me, I don’t know these people!” Either way you are about to find […]

A Month of God on Facebook

On my Facebook account, I have decided the next month will be dedicated to conversations between me and God. If I want to talk about a movie I saw I will do so to God. If I want to talk about the political situation I will do so with God but otherwise it will be […]

Satan Lives At Union Station and Other Kid Wisdom

The older my son gets the more intrigued I get by the way he sees the world. While he does definitely have some of me in him, [“The bad guys are Democrats!” he will utter as he is playing his Nintendo DS for instance] there is also a lot of “wisdom” that is solely him […]

March on Washington-2009

As any Black person worth their salt  knows back in 1963 on August 28th Dr. King led a “March on Washington” in which he spoke to an enraged citizenry about the  abuses of the government to keep Black people from enjoying the full rights of citizenship. He was there to hold the government accountable for its […]

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