On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, ESN Staff prays for the ongoing grace to seek justice and practice mercy, to stand with the vulnerable, and to celebrate the vast diversity of people represented in God’s Kingdom. Here are a few resources the ESN blog has shared over the past few years related to the work of Martin Luther King Jr.
1. “God Was the First to Cry,” a 2-part blog post by Lauri Swann as part of our Lent 2015 Justice series. See Part 1 here and Part 2 here.
2. Book review of Birmingham Revolution by Edward Gilbreath, reviewed by Bob Trube.
3. Resource post by Tom Grosh, originally posted 2009 and updated 2014.
Thank you to the writers who contributed material, and may God guide us all this year to pursue the justice of His Kingdom in our lives.
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