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Our mission is really God's mission that we are blessed to participate in.  We share the good news of God's love through Christ and we support our neighbors in living joyful, good, compassionate lives with true meaning and purpose.

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Maundy Thursday

 

Reflection and Meditation

MARTIN LUTHER KING & BLACK HISTORY REFLECTIONS
Martin Luther King, Jr. (like his namesake Martin Luther) was a reformer-pastor-and
theologian who often spoke about God’s divine love. MLK gives all of us hope because God’s
divine love is inclusive and is freely, graciously offered and never earned. MLK trusted that
such divine love expressed through nonviolence is the ONLY way and the true HOPE that
racial injustice will be defeated. God’s love alone breaks the power of hatred. As MLK said:
“Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” MLK empowers us with the hope that
God’s love in us through nonviolence will defeat racial injustice in the end. Hey, folks, did you
hear that? God’s love in us through nonviolence will defeat racial injustice in the end!

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