Wordful Wednesday: Celebrating Black Love On the Dance Floor
by Denene Millner — Aug 25, 2010
My good friends over at BlackAndMarriedWithKids.com hipped me to this beautiful video of a couples’ dance ministry at Chicago’s own Trinity United Church of Christ. I mean, they had me at Babyface, but how lovely to see husbands and wives so publicly expressing their love for and commitment to one another through an art form so meaningful to us.
Indeed, love’s the place to be.
Awesome!!!! One of the most beautiful things I've seen in a long time. And yes, the song selection was perfect. 🙂
Thanks for the Link Luv. This dance is amazing!
Let the church say, "Amen…Amen…and Amen again!" so sweet:)
My friends were just circulating this around on Facebook via Black and Married with Kids. Beautiful! Love always is, but Black Love takes it to a different level.
NICE, think me and the Mr. will go dancing, dancing, dancing….man, I love that…
Thank you for posting this! We had a ball at Trinity learning and ministering this dance. We are ovrwhelmed by the people we have touched!!!
I have never seen anything like this! I love the choreographed movement of this couple dance. tfs!
I really love this! Beautiful! This is just what kind of loving couple role models we need.
This was just lovely to watch.
This was very cute. Thanks for sharing.
This is so sweet! I'm getting married in a couple of weeks, and I hope my relationship stays as strong and loving as these couples have kept theirs. 🙂 Thank you for sharing something so positive!
i dont wanna hear babyface [or any other r&b group] in the sanctuary of the church.
believe it or not, God's house is supposed to be sacred.
@Anonymous: Alrighty thenâ€”to each his/her own. But that particular song they were dancing to is an absolutely stunning piece of music about a man's love for his wife, and his getting down on his knees and thanking the Lord for bringing her into his life. Call me crazy, but I don't think the Lord would have a problem with a song that encourages husbands to show their sincere appreciation and gratitude for their wives.