Share the Dream (Matthew Daniels and Chris Broussard)

Share the Dream (Matthew Daniels and Chris Broussard)

Share the Dream is a study based on the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Throughout this series, co-hosted by television journalist Chris Broussard and human rights professor Matt Daniels, you will look at six biblical principles that shaped Dr. King’s life and motivated him to speak out on behalf of African-Americans in the Civil Rights Movement: love, conscience, freedom, justice, perseverance, and hope.

The best way to Share the Dream is to follow in Dr. King’s footsteps and embrace the vision—both individually and collectively with the people of God—for which he died. You can help a new generation better understand . . . live . . . experience. . . and ultimately form a community around the unifying principles at the heart of the dream to which Dr. King dedicated his life.

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Share the Dream (Matthew Daniels and Chris Broussard)
  • Share the Dream: Session 1 - Love

    The type of love that Jesus calls us to have for others is active and sacrificial. It was this kind of love that enabled Dr. King and others in the civil rights movement to see those who were persecuting them as children of God and love them in spite of the evil acts they were perpetrating. Jesus...

  • Share the Dream: Session 2 - Conscience

    Following our conscience will not always be easy. It will often come with criticism and pushback from all sides. But when our conscience is rooted in the truth of God’s Word, each of us—just like Dr. King—can find the strength and courage to stand up and act, regardless of the opposition.

  • Share the Dream: Session 3 - Justice

    Restorative justice considers the humanity of the offenders and views them as more than just their offense—it sees them as children of God rather than as the totality of their actions.

  • Share the Dream: Session 4 - Freedom

    Despite the gains of the civil rights movement, freedom is still only a concept to some. Slavery exists in various forms, such as human trafficking and harsh labor conditions. On a spiritual level, it exists in the form of sin. Our forgiveness from sin should compel us to want the same kind of fr...

  • Share the Dream: Session 5 - Perseverance

    Those in the civil rights movement had to develop perseverance to travel the long road toward justice. In this session, we will explore what it takes to have perseverance—not only as we see it in the civil rights movement but in any movement that seeks to bring about justice.

  • Share the Dream: Session 6 - Hope

    Dr. King shared a powerful thought the day before his death when he said, “Only when it is dark enough can you see the stars.” Those who subscribe to hope understand that darkness is an opportunity. It is the perfect setting for light to penetrate and illuminate desolate situations.