fbpx

Martin, Malcolm, and You

In a week when we honor the work and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, it’s important to move from the rhetorical impact of his “I Have a Dream” speech and consider the practical outcome of that vision of America, and what role we play in it. King was a trailblazer, but are we walking the path he cleared?

In this Reachable Reconciliation conversation, Fred offers a fascinating comparison between two men who shared the same goal, but advocated radically different paths to get there—Dr. King and Malcolm X. And we’ll consider a set of simple questions that will help us find our own way forward….

Post your comments, insights, and responses in the Comments section below—we’d love to hear your own insights, experiences, and questions!

And check out Fred’s new website for more ways to connect, grow, and get the expert help you need to develop a magnetic reconciling ministry environment… 

CLICK HERE TO GO THERE

If you’d like to DONATE to Reachable Reconciliation, helping Fred and others bring the power of peacemaking into difficult environments, just click below…

DONATE TO REACHABLE RECONCILIATION

Share:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email
Share on skype

Why Curiosity Matters Most

Jesus tells the respected and influential Jewish Pharisee Nicodemus that he must be “born again” to see the Kingdom of God (John 3)—there is no

The Agenda-Changer

Police brutality meted out on people of color is embedded in the video feed of our culture. Not even two weeks after honoring the legacy

Dealing with Difficult People

If you’ve ever been on a whitewater rafting adventure, you’ll remember that rafting guides know how to address unhelpful behavior right away—if they don’t, difficult

Scroll to Top