Several years ago when my family was living in the Washington, D.C. area, my son Andrew was assigned a freshman history project that required him to write about several famous quotes on key monuments in the city. One of the monuments Andrew and I visited was the newly built MLK Jr. Memorial. What came as a great shock to us was not the discovery of what was included in Dr. King’s quotes over his career, but what was missing.
Click here to read this USA Today article of mine (that was published during the 50th Anniversary celebration of Dr. King’s March on Washington and his “I Have A Dream” speech) to find out what we discovered.
Across the Christian church today, a number of faithful believers will celebrate Epiphany. But how many will consider the cultural similarities of this holy day to the stories featured in the national film release of Hidden Figures this weekend?
To believers in Jesus, one of the most powerful messages of Epiphany is the mercy and love demonstrated to all humanity through the revealing of the Son of God to the star-following, foreign-born wise men, who fell down and worshiped the Christ child upon finding Him.
Regardless of race, social status, or gender, God’s grace is given to all who come to him in faith in Jesus–what Manhattan pastor Tim Keller refers to as “the only hope that matters.”
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