The Link: Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. and More

By January 21, 2019September 18th, 2021The Link, Uncategorized

“Martin Luther King Jr.: Exemplar of Hope”Christianity Today
“The Civil Rights leader’s life and legacy embodies the revolutionary ethic Jesus Christ.”

“Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & Serving Christ”
“But I remember reading Dr. King’s references to Jesus Christ, Christ’s Sermon on the Mount and Christ’s commandment to forgive and turn the other cheek, and then getting to observe how Dr. King actually lived it out.”

“10 Reasons Racism is Sin”– The Gospel Coalition
“Most people know that racism is wrong. It’s one of the few things almost everyone agrees on. And yet, I wonder if we (I?) have spent much time considering why it’s wrong.”

“Hope for a Racially Divided Culture”Think Biblically
“Issues of race and racial reconciliation are ongoing in many communities. Sean and Scott interview pastor Miles McPherson (The Rock Church in San Diego, California), about his book, The Third Option: Hope for a Racially Divided Nation.”

“World Watch List”Open Doors
Latest chart of most dangerous places to live and serve as a Christian.

“The Holy Spirit Part 1”Ecclēsia
“Can ‘the spirit’ be caught, like a common cold or cartoon powerball? Are you only baptised in the spirit if you speak in tongues? The Holy Spirit is a person not a thing, and His interaction with people is focused and purposeful.”

“Enduring Word in Mandarin”Enduring Word
Enduring Word Commentary is now available in Mandarin.

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