Friday, January 13, 2012

Keeping the Dream Alive

How important are our dreams? Dr Martin Luther King Jr's dream was important enough for him to go all out to realize it not only for himself, but for humanity. This begs another question. How large are our dreams and how in line are they with God's great inclusivity as embodied in Jesus Christ?

Read the reflection of teens on Marin Luther King:

Keeping the dream alive | The Post and Courier, Charleston SC ...
Charleston teens note significance of holiday honoring civil rights leader. By Dave Munday. Thursday, January 12, 2012. Tweet · photo. AP Photo/File. In this Aug. 28, 1963, black-and-white file photo Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addresses ...

So, more needs to be taught and understood about King's life, the point of the Civil Rights Movement. We need a critical lens as we approach this and as we approach Martin Luther King Jr day. Ripple Effects gives a practical, fun, and interactive to look at issues of power, prejudice and race - tools for self-analysis and ways of moving forward and outward.

Teaching Teens Essential Skills for Democracy Keeps Martin Luther ...
Ripple Effects Offers Free Interactive Learning Resource for Teachers and Parents to Address Link between Power, Prejudice and Ethnic Conflict San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 13, 2012 In honor of Martin Luther King, ...

Would you use this in your youth ministry? How are you helping your students to live into a larger, more inclusive vision?
Loving God, Loving Neighbor
Developing Faithful Leaders for a Diverse Church and World Now and in the Future

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