King’s dream hasn’t changed and neither have we

Cue the quotes, the film highlights in black and white and images of him preaching, praying and protesting.  Advertise a pulpit swap complete with multicultural depictions of a unity that is staged and captured only in frames.  It lasts only for the day, a planned hour and then we go our separate ways.  Plan a community day when […]

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Somebody’s got to dream (Part Two)

April 4, 1968. Fifty years ago, a dreamer died. His “I have a dream” speech remains one of the most memorable to Americans. His life and its witness are unforgettable. Engaging faith and civil disobedience, he turned the world’s understanding of church upside down. Putting his body on the line, he became a martyr for […]

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