King’s Kingdom Way

King’s Kingdom Way

In this conversation between Greg and Dennis Edwards, they discuss why we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. and what King’s message of justice means for us today.

If you are interested in hearing the entire conversation, you can watch it here.

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