The Antidote to BLM BS by MLK

Rather than pursuing the divinely inspired, unifying dream of Martin Luther King, the Black Lies Lives Matter movement have unleashed a demonically possessed, divisive nightmare. In an excellent article in defence of liberalism, Douglas Murray quotes another of MLK’s lesser known dreams: Let us be dissatisfied until that day when nobody will shout, “White Power!”, […]

The Prayer of Helplessness

Two years ago today I had the privilege of visiting the Martin Luther King visitor centre in Atlanta and the Ebenezer Baptist Church where he was Pastor. Among the many profound and moving things I got to see, this inscription from one of the displays happened to be the “on this day” reminder from my […]

IMDb: Green Book

A serious subject treated seriously, but with humour and without lecturing or profanity. Challenging. Entertaining. Moving. Brilliant. Watch it! Coincidentally, currently reading this… Lord, we need his sermons now more than ever. How on earth have we got to the state where we are now more concerned about the colour of a person’s skin […]

Martin Luther King’s Other Dream

Jesus of Nazareth.  Martin Luther King Jnr.  Ayrton Senna.  You could probably connect the first two, but what’s Senna doing there? As the world marks the 50th anniversary of MLK’s death, it brought to mind some other ‘untimely’ deaths that have caused me to to soul-search recently – and a remarkable characteristic they all seemed […]

Sermons from the King

Sometimes it’s hard to put emotions into words. Today was one of those days. I had the opportunity to visit the church – and visitor centre – of Martin Luther King jnr. What an incredible, anointed & courageous servant of Christ. There are so many profound words and stories that I could quote & reflect […]