Why remembering MLK Jr. and the Beloved Community matters

Rev. Joe Kim shares a personal reflection on why remembering Martin Luther King, Jr. and his vision of the Beloved Community still matters. He offered this message by email this week to the people of Bothell United Methodist Church.

MLK Day: The Work of Justice Must Go On

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day march in Seattle took place on January 16 and began at Garfield High School to the Henry M. Jackson...

Dear Rev. Dr. King: How Do We Challenge Environmental Racism?

By the Rev. Katie Ladd | Photos by Kristina Gonzalez Note: This week, clergy and laity from the PNWUMC will be sharing letters in the...

Dear Rev. Dr. King: A Letter from a White Bystander

  By the Rev. Richenda Fairhurst | Collage by Jesse N. Love* Note: This week, clergy and laity from the PNWUMC will be sharing letters in...

Dear Dr. King: I Still Struggle for Freedom

A large group of African-American spectators stands on the banks of Buffalo Bayou to witness a baptism. Many umbrellas are present indicating an effort...

Dear Rev. King: I Have a Dream, Too.

(Left) The Hirano family, left to right, George, Hisa, and Yasbei. Colorado River Relocation Center, Poston, Arizona., 1942-1945 (Courtesy of The Department of the Interior,...

Dear Dr. King: The Legacy Continues to be Shaped

(Left) Statue of Martin Luther King, Jr. over the west entrance of Westminster Abbey (Church of England, Anglican Communion). Installed in 1998, sculpted by...

Dear Martin: Knowing Who We Are in a Multicultural Nation

Luneta National Park in the Philippines features art and poetry including "Ako Ay Pilipino". By Jesse N. Love | Additional Photos by Nobel Foundation, Wikipedia Note: This week,...

Bishop Woodie: A Letter to Martin Luther King Jr. – 2017

  By Bishop Woodie W. White | Montage photos courtesy of Mike DuBose, Maile Bradfield, et. al. This article was originally released through the Interpreter.  You...

Historic Civil Rights Voices Still Speak on Faith-Based Website

Visit soundtheology.com: "The historical religion programs in this collection came from the archives, library shelves, and back rooms of many organizations. Faith groups represented...