Tag Archives: Dr. King

What We Lost Fifty Years Ago: Dr. King (sermon)

(A heads up: last Sunday, when I was not here, I was actually attending the 9am service at First Baptist of Lincoln Gardens, in Somerset.  If you are not familiar with First Baptist, it is a Black Baptist church with … Continue reading

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An Invitation to be Maladjusted (sermon)

READING ONE I knew that the tributes would be pouring in immediately from around the world, and I also knew that most of them would try to do to Mandela what has been done to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther … Continue reading

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Explaining a Segregated Playground: Dr. Howard Thurman's Love for His Daughters

Later this morning, I will be preaching at First Parish Unitarian Universalist in Chelmsford.  I will post the sermon later.  This is, however, the Conversation with the Children, that I will be having before the younger ones leave worship service … Continue reading

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