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.
Book Review: The First Thanksgiving
“Ours is a present-tense society,” historian Robert Tracy McKenzie notes, “We live in a time and place in which thinking deeply about the past is a countercultural and even a radical act.”
Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr.
How do you remember Martin Luther King, Jr? Last year I asked my elementary aged kids whether the cover of their MLK booklets depicted Martin Luther King, Jr., preaching. They wondered why. Apparently, they hadn’t learned about Martin Luther King, Jr., as a Reverend. An educational moment which inspired further conversation. How do you remember, […]