Tag: Martin Luther King Jr.

Bible
Jan 19, 2017
Larry A. MercerLarry A. Mercer
Beyond Belief: Adding Orthopraxy to Orthodoxy Dr. Larry Mercer, President and Founder of Therapon Leadership Services in Cedar Hill, TX, proposes that believers are to live intentionally so their lives are in alignment of the...
Bible
Jan 14, 2016
Terrance WoodsonTerrance Woodson
Martin Luther King Jr. Chapel A panel discussion led by Dr. Terrance Woodson, Advisor to African-American Students and Adjunct Professor at DTS, looks into the experiences of minority students on the Dallas...
Bible
Jan 15, 2015
Sheila BaileySheila Bailey
An Upward Call Dr. Sheila Bailey, President of Sheila B. Ministries, reminds us of Jesus' call and challenge to the church for reconciliation, highlighting words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to...
Bible
Jan 18, 2013
Bryan LorittsBryan Loritts
One New Man Bryan Loritts, Lead Pastor at Fellowship Memphis in Memphis, TN, preaches about the victory of the Gospel tearing down walls of hostility to bring racial reconciliation.
Bible
Jan 20, 2012
Larry A. MercerLarry A. Mercer
Martin Luther King Jr. Chapel Dr. Larry Mercer, President and founder of Therapon Leadership Services, illustrates how unity is foundational to our joy, ministry effectiveness and maturity.
Bible
Jan 14, 2011
Richard Allen FarmerRichard Allen Farmer
Martin Luther King, Jr. Chapel Dr. Richard Allen Farmer challenges us to not shy away from the work we are being called to do.
Chapel
Jan 15, 2010
Bruce ProctorBruce Proctor
The Motivation Behind MLK's Push for Civil Rights Founder and president of Basic Truth Bible Ministry, Bruce Proctor shares that Martin Luther King desired to show compassion in the struggle for civil rights.
Chapel
Jan 16, 2009
James Earl MasseyJames Earl Massey
The Will to Act James Earl Massey, Dean of Anderson School of Theology, teaches on the importance of "the will to act." He encourages us to live in community with one another.
Chapel
Jan 14, 2005
Richard Allen FarmerRichard Allen Farmer
The King of King Join us a Dr. Richard Allen Farmer, president of RAF Ministries, shares with us that Martin Luther King was not merely a social activist but also a child of God, The King.