Christian citizenship expands far beyond the country on our passport. We share a citizenship with those from every nation who call upon the name of Jesus.
Happy MLK Day, a day in the States dedicated to the memory of the life and cause of one of America’s great leaders toward justice and equality for all Americans. His influence, of course, has spread far beyond America too. Behind a microphone and standing in front of a crowd, Martin Luther King Jr.’s gifts came alive, stirring millions with his voice, inspiring through eloquent words and living illustrations. All of those gifts are on display in his iconic “I Have A Dream” speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial in DC on August 28, 1963. Pastor John, I know you have been thinking a lot about King, King the preacher. I’d love for you to share with us on this MLK Day some of your thoughts. What’s on your mind?