In a world that is divided by our racial, cultural, religious, and economic differences we exist as individuals. Instead we should examine our human similarities and realize we are all the same. We’re human
Father, who cares not for our skin color but for what is in our hearts, help us to honor Your servant, Martin Luther King, Jr., by taking up where he was forced to leave off. Teach us to honor his birthday, an American holiday, not just with words, but with works and attitudes. Give us the courage to stand up against racism in our families, schools, workplaces, churches, communities and government. Give us the strength to do as Dr. King did and take up the cause of racial equality.