Genealogy Contest – Week Thirteen /Oct. 5 (ENDED)

There are THREE prizes in this week’s super genealogy contest. Marvin Perkins over on Blacks in the Scriptures.com is offering one DVD each to three winners. 

The Contest Prize

The Blacks in the Scriptures DVD is a fascinating and enlightening work that explains not only the genealogy of Black Africans, but also their great contribution to world historyBlacks-in-the-Scriptures

Two quotes from the website

Many great books help us identify archeological and other evidences of the Black contribution to biblical history. Blacks in the Scriptures is a wonderful compliment to each of these books. One key that makes this DVD series truly remarkable is that its great treasures are all found in the Bible.  As you view the series and study the scriptural passages laid out for you, studying the Bible will take on an even greater meaning. Each family now has the ability to pass down accurate knowledge and understanding that helps to illuminate the great worth of every soul. 

In a study performed by the Higher Education Institute, in association with UCLA, which concluded in 2005, African Americans ranked number one in seven of the twelve spirituality categories measured. These deeply spiritual roots have been passed on from generation to generation of churchgoers and Bible faithful. This commitment is especially impressive in the absence of positive religious teachings, mentions, or artistic renderings of Black African ancestors in today’s Christian religions. There are many who regularly mention Cain and Ham and the curses associated with them, leaving and reinforcing the impression that Black equates to cursed or less-than. Was there a positive Black presence in the biblical days? If there were, wouldn’t the entire world benefit from this knowledge? Those of African descent could gain a greater sense of self. This could also help to repudiate much of the confusion about race and encourage unity.

To find answers to such questions, enter the contest today. With three prizes, you might win!

There are more insights that can be read on the website at Blacks in the Scriptures.com.

Thank you for the contest

Thank you, Marvin Perkins and Blacks in the Scriptures for such an informative prize. You and Darius Gray have invested so much of your time, energy, and profound knowledge into this project. It is much appreciated and deserves our attention. 

Darius Gray

Darius Gray

Marvin Perkins

Marvin Perkins

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RULES for Genealogy Contest Week #13 — Oct. 5 to Oct. 12

You must Register as a member of this site to be eligible to participate in the genealogy contest(Membership is free and no addresses are shared without permission.)

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Genealogy contest timing

Each contest lasts a week, from Wednesday to Wednesday, with previous week’s winner announcement before each new contest.

Always room for more

A huge THANK YOU to those of you donating genealogy contest prizes in coming weeks. There’s always time for more to get on board. Just email me with your idea and we’ll make it happen. All contests include details about the donor and his/her company, with website links and pictures.

Genealogy gets more exciting by the minute. This is win/win for everyone.  

2 comments on “Genealogy Contest – Week Thirteen /Oct. 5 (ENDED)

  1. DebbieG on said:

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    This looks like a very interesting DVD set.

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  2. gtownma on said:

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    I would LOVE to win this week. A great prize. Thank you for offering these contests.

    Tina Sansone

    Reply

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