Dr. Tony Evans writes an op-ed for RELEVANT about Black History Month and why racial reconciliation and unity in the church matter.
The wisdom and insights King gained as he helped lead the civil rights movement apply to us today, for injustice still exists among us in many forms and in many places.
David Masciotra on the rich history of black Americans and why the celebration of their contributions cannot be restrained to one month.
Not long before his assassination on April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had…
The public school that my son JaiMichael attends doesn’t hold classes on the third Monday…
John Pattison reflects on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s book Strength to Love, and why the activist was first and foremost a clergyman.