In this week’s edition of What The Community Has To Say, Rev. Rhondalyn Randolph talks about Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a day of giving within our communities. This segment aired on Saturday, January 13th.
We celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 15, 2018 as a day of giving within our communities. Martin Luther King, Jr. made a difference because he planned to be impactful in areas of desperate need. As he studied the nonviolent resistance of Ghandi against the British, he discovered that Ghandi modeled his nonviolent resistance from parables of New Testament scripture. The example of biblical application of nonviolence practiced during the Civil Rights Area, was based upon biblical scripture and an example of its effectiveness was given by a Hindu. Morality is a continuum of ethical action, not a proclamation of beliefs and intentions. Make a Impact where you live. And being impactful within our communities takes effort and requires thoughtful and meaningful planning. On your day off make it a day on to learn, to give and to make a impact where it really counts.
My name is Rev. Rhondalyn Randolph, President of Owensboro NAACP Branch 3107 and Pastor of Pleasant Point Baptist Church and this is what I have to say.