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Continuing the racial unity work of MLK: Resources for the church

On the third Monday of each January, we honor the memory of Martin Luther King Jr. and his work in protesting racial discrimination and promoting racial reconciliation.  

The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission is committed to upholding the human dignity of every individual and advancing the cause of racial reconciliation. The gospel, at its core, is a message of reconciliation (2 Cor. 5:18-21), in which we are called to love one another (1 John 4:20-21) since “Christ is all and in all” (Col. 3:11).  

As we consider these things, here are some helpful resources to help how we us think and act as ambassadors of Christ in the midst of such a timely and important issue.  

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