MLK Day 2018: Where Do We Go From Here?


Just over 50 years ago, Martin Luther King Junior considered this question: in a time of strife, racism, and poverty, what will we choose? Will we choose a way that makes for prosperity and peace for all? Will we loose the chains of injustice? 

The next year, MLK was assassinated. 

In the wake of Charlottesville, we gather to meditate on the same question, by the light of the Gospel. We hope you will be able to join us.

Millbrook Christian Reformed Church

3661 Poinsettia Ave SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49508

January 15, 6:30-8:30 pm

Respond to the Facebook event page to stay informed about the event as it develops, including announcements of the preacher and music team. 

We will also be hosting a pastors' breakfast on Wednesday, December 6 about the event. Find more information and respond via Facebook

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I'd suggest (where do we go from here?) reimagining the racial reconciliation strategy, starting by watching "Accidental Courtesy," a real world documentary about Daryl Davis and his strategy for racial reconciliation.

After all, the current strategy seems to be having limited positive results.  Daryl suggests something new -- and radically biblical I would say.

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