Stunning Courage and Private Conlict

Martin Luther King Jr. represents a phase in American history when oppressed and powerless people found their will to express themselves in a way that made this country listen and change. MLK sacrificed his life for equality. His courage was stronger than his doubts and his desire for a more private and safe life, which often plagued him.  His spiritual certainty that he must serve  a greater cause gave him the courage that kept pulling him into the arena of fire in which he was killed. What are we called to do in our lives that serves the greater good? How do we give supple and enduring strength to that call? How do we support one another in taking risks that pull us and our Fellowship out of its comfort zone?

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