MLK–The Jazz Questions Ep. 24

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Summary

Part I of our series based upon the questions that arise from the life of Martin Luther King Jr.

Make a Suggestion:  What questions are raised by the life & work of  MLK?

Links

The Black Daddy Podcast & @BlackDaddyNow

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Book:  The Mercy Prayer: The One Prayer Jesus Always Answers by Robert Gelinas

Book:  Finding the Groove: Composing a Jazz-Shaped Faith by Robert Gelinas

Book:  Jesus and the Disinherited by Howard Thurman

Book:  Free At Last: The Gospel in the African-American Experience by Carl Ellis

Martin Luther King Jr’s Opening Address at The Berling Jazz Festival

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  • Carla Elam-Floyd says:

    The idea of a calling is one that gets lost among our daily struggle for survival. Thank you for reminding us that listening for God’s voice is priority number one. He has a way of leading and directing us in such a way that the struggle becomes secondary – because it is lessened the more we listen and follow. Your podcasts are always enlightening. As we enter another uncertain year, they will continue to be a steadying influence in our lives. How will God use our new government for His glory? Trust Him always is going to more than a “catch phrase”!