Virtual Community Book Read: Virtual Discussion on Feb. 11

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January
5

When:
January – February 2021 independent reading

February 11 at 7:00 pm
Virtual discussion group

Where:
Zoom (register here for invitation)

Area disciples of Jesus connect, reflect and act in celebration of MLK Day and Black History Month

A Knock at Midnight

With wise words, a love for Scripture and a passion for justice, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. influenced one of the most powerful movements of the twentieth century and inspired hearts everywhere. A Knock at Midnight is the definitive selection of his most affecting sermons, from his earliest known audio recording to his last sermon, delivered days before his assassination. With introductions by renowned theologians and ministers, including the Reverend Billy Graham and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and filled with moving personal reflections, A Knock At Midnight is Dr. King’s living voice — a resounding call that will continue to resonate and inspire.

Join BHITC by ordering your copy of this book! Register for BHITC’s virtual discussion of the book on February 11 at 7pm on Zoom. You will receive the Zoom log-in information to the group discussion when you register here.

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