Forty years ago today Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, TN. This morning’s Tupelo Daily Journal contains two articles relating to his legacy:

Forty Years Later

On Wednesday Dr. King’s niece, Alveda King, visited Tupelo. She has gained considerable attention for her work on behalf of the unborn. Here is part of what she said:

The core of Martin’s message was being a soldier of love. Martin said that we are the beloved community. If we protect the powerless, if we love when others hate, we keep his dream alive.

Here is a link to the article: King’s Niece Targets Abortion to Carry Legacy.

Click here to read or listen to Dr. King's famous "I have a dream" speech.

A few years ago I preached a sermon called Breaking Down Walls: Racial Prejudice and the Christian Gospel.

Here is a blog entry with further links prompted by a question I received about Interracial Marriage.

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