Martin Luther King Jr. Day

18 Jan 2015 by SHRCChurch, Comments Off on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

DSC_5602As we take Monday, January 19th off may we remember the ideals that Dr. Martin Luther King spoke of and personally lived on a daily basis: peace/peaceful resolution, equality, love of self and neighbor. Let us also reflect upon the ability of just one person’s efforts to make a lasting difference in the world!

Our theme of “Pray for Peace” keeps us centered upon Christ’s directive of “Love one another as I have loved you”. We are called to remain focused on our purpose and know that we are never alone. We are but a minute dot upon an infinite landscape!

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