As we remember Dr. King this weekend, I have one question for you: “where is your village?” If we are to continue the work of Civil Rights, of human rights, if we are to seek to follow Jesus, I think it would benefit us all to ask, “where is your village?” Because, no one, not Moses, not Jesus, not Dr. King gets to the promised land alone.
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The Challenging Sainthood of Dr. King
I remember hearing Dr. King’s “I have a dream” speech as a little kid. I remember well, it was the early days of CD-ROM software for the computer, and our school had received a donation of an early digital encyclopedia. The article about Dr. King included a recording. Not the whole speech, not the controversialContinue reading “The Challenging Sainthood of Dr. King”
Martin Luther King, Mountaintops, and Unfinished Business
Martin Luther King knew that his unfinished business was God’s unfinished business, and he could count on the people of God to keep leading the way.