Being from Selma, Alabama, I have always been intrigued by the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I have read his autobiography and other biographies, I’ve listened to his speeches and sermons, and I have done three presentations on Dr. King. Any person who makes an impact on the world in a way like King did is a hero of mine. His words and actions changed the course of history for the better, and the world has taken notice ever since.
With all of the capabilities of social media, it isn’t just businesses and individuals that are enjoying its benefits. Yes, even your church can benefit from it, too!
Have you ever been around a group of people so often that you begin to think whatever they do becomes the normal thing and that everybody else should know about these things? Well for me, growing up in church and going to Christian schools for a lot of my schooling and being friends with the people that attended my church and school, I believe that my knowledge of all things hip with Jesus is pretty high.
So, here are three things that has stuck with me all of these years: