I’m linking my daughter’s thoughts about Martin Luther King Day-2017. It’s worth the read (see link below).
My middle daughter and a school friend at our home in Memphis, TN -1987
God made this abundance of colors and sounds and differences and guess what, scripture says we were made in his image. ALL OF US. Made in his image. Made to reflect his glory.
May we continue to strive for racial harmony and equality in our time, so that the next generation doesn’t experience the divisions of fear, hatred and oppression that the ignorance of prejudice perpetuates. And may those of us who are servants of the Great Reconciler (Colossians 1:19-23) and Prince of Peace especially champion the the cause of racial reconciliation.
Click here for Anna’s blog: On Martin Luther King Day
My daughter, Anna, writes in light of the recent police-involved shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota and the ambush of police in Dallas last night. This violence strikes a particular grief and concern to our family’s heart since we have a black son-in-law and family and friends in law enforcement. Believers, pray for the peace and love of God to overcome this evil through our attitudes, words and actions. Here are her thoughts:
Cousins at play
“Did you hear?” my friend asked yesterday morning, “Yes, not another one.” I said helping my kids out of my car. Both shaking our heads, both weary. I grew up in Memphis in …
Source: We are Weeping
While the hour is getting late, there is still time to vote if you have not. I’ll let my daughter, Anna, take some space in my blog today as she expresses her gratefulness for our system of voting.
The politics of gratefulness.