The impact of the work and witness of Martin Luther King, Jr., an ordained Baptist minister, continues to reverberate into the present day.
His prophetic confrontation of racism, his leadership in the civil rights movement, and his writings on enacting positive change through non-violence continue to offer guidance to goodwill Baptists and goodwill people of faith.
To aid congregations in observing the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday and in reflecting on his life and legacy, we have created a free PDF resource sheet.
The document includes:
EthicsDaily.com articles related to civil rights, King, peacemaking and more.
Video clips and interviews, including Will D. Campbell.
Details on EthicsDaily.com's award-winning documentary "Beneath the Skin," which looks at racism inside and outside the church and shares stories of Baptists are working together in proactive ways to break down the racial and ethnic walls of division and to be faithful to the Bible's moral vision.
Links to outside resources, such as the King Center's archives.
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