On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. climbed the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. to describe his vision of America. A quarter of a million people came to listen and to demand equal rights for black people. The dream that they heard on the steps of the Monument became the dream of a generation.
You can join with churches around the country to renew the Dr. King’s vision. 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 by hosting a SHARE THE DREAM SUNDAY and exploring the spiritual dimension of the Civil Rights Movement.
Share the Dream is a six-session video Bible study series based on the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Throughout this series, co-hosted by Chris Broussard and Matt Daniels, participants 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.
On SHARE THE DREAM SUNDAY, Churches around the country will renew this dream.
Register to access all these free resources for your church:
• Getting Started Guide that lays out how to use the free resources and kick off the unifying message of Share the Dream,
• Sermon outline covering the six biblical principles of Dr. King’s vision,
• Access to the I Have a Dream speech,
• Elementary Sunday School lesson,
• Printable invites, posters, bulletin inserts to bring in your community,
• Web, email, and social media graphics,
• Video clips,
• And more...
Ways your ministry can engage to help spread love and bring hope:
• Register your church by clicking here to download all the free resources for your ministry to host a SHARE THE DREAM SUNDAY
• Offer the Bible study book with the streaming video to your constituency encouraging them to consider hosting a home group,
• Offer the Bible study starting Jan 14th in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King’s 95th birthday (which would have been Jan 15, 2024). Then continue the 6-week engagement through Feb 18th in honor of Black History month
• Have your church engage in a 6-week Share the Dream Study both from the pulpit and in small groups by using the free tools available by registering
The best way to Share the Dream is to follow in Dr. King’s footsteps and embrace his vision. 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.