Inspirational

This weekend the  2011 Stellar Awards for Excellence in Gospel  were handed out.  This year’s event was hosted by Donnie McClurkin.

We all have endured heartache and challenges over the years. But far too often, we focus so much on the bad that has happened that we sometimes forget the good. In spite of every challenge that you have endured, take a moment to celebrate the fact that you are still here and you are STILL […]

The CCT church leaders, who were in Birmingham Jan. 11-14, 2011, to examine the issue of domestic poverty through the lens of racism, noted that apparently no one has ever issued a clergy response to Dr. King’s famous letter.

Today, we rightfully honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His powerful voice summoned the non-violent protest of the infringement of civil rights of the African-American community.

Today all across our great nation we recall the greatness of a man. Here are the monuments erected to his memory.

This Sunday, after my pastor’s heartfelt sermon, he lead the congregation as we joined hands and sang “We Shall Overcome.”  As we sang and harmonized this anthem, I surveyed the sanctuary and observed everyone spiritually connected with this song.  I’m so glad he initiated this lovely song. 

The Civil Rights Movement was a historic time with a long list of remarkable individuals who fought, walked, talked and united for equality for all mankind.  In addition to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. being a standout figure of this movement, there were many before him, with him and people who continue fighting. 

Many offices are closed on Monday to mark the national celebration of the birth of  Dr. Martin Luther King.  Dr. King challenged us to be the best we could, for who we could, when we could.

When we speak of Dr. King we often  forget that one of his  greatest loves and callings in life was that of his family.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s life is rich and full of great history.  We’re fortunate enough to have documents, video, audio and other information available to study, watch and review.  Here’s a few tidbits you can add to your MLK files if you didn’t know about the birthday guy. 1.  Did you know he was originally […]

The Newseum,  the only museum dedicated to news in the world, in Washington, D.C will host it’s first Martin Luther King Day  Event  on Sunday January 16, 2010.

Today Dr. King would have turned 82!  We salute and celebrate Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr!