Jan 21 2013


Here's some encouragement from Martin Luther King, Jr. to start your day!

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1/21/2013 5:22:57 AM
Stanley Simmons Jr United States
Stanley Simmons Jr
This is truly encouraging, at times my job has me ready to run and hide but this gives me a new out look on my job. thank you
1/21/2013 5:36:15 PM
Karl Nugent United States
Karl Nugent
I opened my email this evening, Google's art for  their search page is MLK.  Here is a very rarely item talked about when it comes to Martin Luther King in the mainstream or even Christendom.  I always listen to your morning show on the way to work here in Denver.  Before the 30 day challenge was cool, I abandon contemporary music for your radio channel.  When you come to Christ, a lot gets stripped off when you don the new.

April 16, 1963 Martin Luther Kind was arrested in Birmingham, Alabama and encarcerated during one of his nonviolent protests.  King's "Letter From A Birmingham Jail" was in response to another letter published by eight white clergy men.  He was told he was an extremist, foster unity, and allow things to take their own course.  Your crew should read this letter and comment on it.  Here is the most popular quote from this letter, "“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly… Anyone who lives inside the United States can never be considered an outsider…”It is awesome,it will evoke an emotional response to patriots who cannot understand racism.
1/22/2013 4:34:57 AM
Jason Pappas United States
Jason Pappas
K-Love morning crew,

Thanks for sharing this clip from Dr. King.  I happened to catch it yesterday morning followed by "Do Everything" from Steven Curtis Chapman.  This paring truly opened my heart and The Spirit consumed me yesterday.  Subsequently I had one of my best days at work in a while.

May God continue to bless you in your ministry!
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