Thankful for Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream

August 28, 2013 at 10:17 pm 1 comment

I Have A Dream

It’s been fifty years since Martin Luther King Jr. shared with a divided nation his “dream” of racial equality. I am thankful for his dream, which is a reality for our family today. This is our son Solomon with his cousin Emma.

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Teaching a Class on The Doctrine of Humanity Tim Brister on “From Strangers to Missionaries”

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  • 1. Trillia N.  |  September 8, 2013 at 11:14 pm

    What a lovely photo, Matt! One of my favorite quotes from his speech. Thankful for you, Trillia


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@lauracapps3195 and I are excited to announce... John (sitting) used to drop his daughter off at church and sit in the parking lot.

Tommy used to walk outside and talk to him every Sunday. He did this for months, inviting John in.

One Sunday, John decided to walk into the church. He heard the gospel. He believed. He's never been the same. Solomon's portrait of me...


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