Tag Archives: Martin Luther King
Posted on 28. Aug, 2013 by Dan Ruth.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech in Washington. (Watch the whole 16-minute speech here.) Little needs to be said about the enormous impact his speech has had on American history and culture. We wanted to share our own dreams for the future of our world. […]
Posted on 17. Jan, 2012 by Lutheran World Relief.
The following was originally posted by Pastor Clint Schnekloth at Lutheran Confessions: The longest running Lutheran blog in North America. I was honored recently when Lutheran World Relief asked to see if I’d be willing to be a guest blogger on their blog (blog.lwr.org). They plan to post a series of short blog posts that look at the […]
Posted on 26. May, 2011 by Lutheran World Relief.
On Sunday, May 22, John Nunes gave the Baccalaureate Address and received an honorary doctorate of divinity at Carthage College, an ELCA college in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The transcript is below: To the illustrious F. Gregory Campbell, a presidential gentleman of vision and conviction; to the inspirational Harvard Stephens, a pastoral gentleman of passion and compassion; […]