The K.I.N.G. Summit 2017 went down this past April, and as Cliff Means said...IT WAS AWESOME! He has 3 things he wants us to take away from this exciting event, especially if you weren't able to attend.
If there is one thing that we all struggle with, it's pride. If you don't think that's you, you're probably the main culprit. Cameron Friend gets into the original sin, and how it affects us as believers, and what the remedy is.
A mentor is one who guides and points out your areas of weakness and lack, but a father is one who comes alongside you to help you grow. Pete Watts stresses the importance of going past just being the mentor of a young man, and stepping in as a father-figure.
When a person’s worldview includes beliefs that don’t fit together, it is an indicator that one or more of those beliefs need to be reconsidered. Adam Coleman helps us breakdown or "decode" the worldview of those trying to put together their "Ethnic identity puzzle", who try to use their ethnic background to discredit Christianity.
Adam Coleman continues his series to analyze the rise of the "Black Consciousness" movement that has risen up against Christianity in 2017. The abundance of internet memes that "disprove" Christianity, and try to make it seem as if it is the "white man's religion", or a copy of religions and worldviews that pre-date Christianity by thousands of years.. Adam gives insights to us who are believers on how we engage these ideas.
The nation is going on three years being removed from a decision by authorities in Flint, MI to switch the water supply from Detroit to the Flint River; a decision that would affect the lives of thousands, permanently. Adam Thomason, a former resident of Flint, shares his convictions after leaving just before leaving before this tragedy.
Often times, we as believers have a strong sense of our calling, or a vision, but hate the process by which we have to take to get to that final destination. Brandon Parker has some encouragement to push us through, and embrace the process the Lord has for us and our calling, knowing that He always has our best interest in mind.
Many people know the "I Have a Dream" MLK. But this powerful and timely excerpt--taken from a sermon delivered at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967--truly reveals the content of King's character.
The "anonymous me" is that part of us no one knows exists because it stays in the basement of our being until the coast is clear. K. Sheldon Bailey takes a look into the person we are when no one is looking, or even able to look.