Learning to lead with “fearless humility toward a bigger vision” than ourselves.
Martin Luther King Jr Day
My teacher fought for justice and equality alongside Martin Luther King, Jr. Just like him, she refused to let his dream die.
Are we willing to leave places of comfort and join others to transform our society in a way that reflects the character and culture of Christ?
Is there something within your community where people have been at odds, standing on two different sides of the fence unwilling to listen to each other or work together?
Today, much of the world and our evangelical church celebrates the courage, work and dream of Dr. King, but it is so easy to forget how disruptive his message was at that time.
Early in King’s public life, he reached a low point and was tempted to surrender to his own weakness. He found the Source of strength that carried him through his whole life.