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Month: August 2020

MLK’s Dream Lives On

MLK’s Dream Lives On

August 28, 2020 marks the 57th anniversary of the I HAVE A DREAM speech delivered by Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Junior in front of the Lincoln Memorial here in America in 1963. As we reflect on those tumultuous days of the 1960s, with race wars and street riots, some may wonder what, if anything, has changed. Today as we remember the life, legend and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Junior, I’d like to revisit the iconic check…

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We’re Not Colorblind, Out Today From Stanton Publishing House, Stresses There’s Only One Race: The Human Race

We’re Not Colorblind, Out Today From Stanton Publishing House, Stresses There’s Only One Race: The Human Race

With the U.S. in jeopardy of fracturing along simmering fault lines, authors Alveda King and Ginger Howard’s new book, We’re Not Colorblind: Healing the Racial Divide could not have arrived at more opportune moment. Coming between the recent National DNC and RNC conventions, this book is just in time. The authors are happy to release their “journaled journey.” This provocative release by Stanton Publishing House invites readers to think about race from a biblical perspective. Some readers may even consider…

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Summer’s End is Near: Elections Loom, Hope Rises

Summer’s End is Near: Elections Loom, Hope Rises

It’s been a long, hot summer. Thank God it’s nearly over. On July 4th 2020 I wrote about ‘Seeking God for Liberty in Times of Masks and Division.’ It’s unusual for me to go more than a week or two before opining again. Yet, it’s nearly six weeks from the last post, and I’ve struggled for days about what to say upon this return. Well friends, I’m back; and on fire again. There have been many conversations with friends [and…

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