This was the last week of my four week class on the life and teaching of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. I will miss spending time each week in his writings, in the history of the modern Civil Rights Movement, and with this class as we discussed, listened to, and watched his sermons and speeches. Click here to download this week’s material: mlk-class-week-4.



Click here to download the Power Point in PDF format from the third week of my class: MLK Class Week 3.pdf. Next week we will finish up looking at a few of his key sermons and them move on to looking at a few of his famous speeches.



Click here to download a PDF of the Power Point I used for this class: mlk-class-week-2. Our class had a great experience moving through MLK’s first pastorate, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and other Civil Rights moments of note. Next week we will finish our look at his work, his assassination, and then begin to study some of his key sermons.



To see a PDF of the PowerPoint I created for this first week click here: mlk-class-week-1. The textbook for this class is “The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.” edited by Claiborne Carson.



Every year at our annual missions fundraiser dinner we share video overviews of all the missions our Global and Local Missions committees are over for our congregation. Below are the two videos from this years fundraiser dinner night. It is a blessing to work with such dedicated committees who help our church share the light and love of Christ in the world!


Click here to download a PDF of the PPT I am using for this sermon: Loved. Known. This sermon was not part of an on-going series, it was a stand alone. At the beginning of this sermon I used an artistic video short monologue done from the perspective of the Samaritan woman.


The video for this sermon is posted below.


Click here to download the PDF of my sermon PowerPoint: The Forgotten Practice. This is the second part of a two-part series I did on relationships and solitude in the book of Proverbs. You can find the first part of this series directly below this post.


The video for this sermon is posted below;