As America gets ready to commemorate the 91st birthday of the late great Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his daughter, Dr. Bernice King, is positioned to answer the call of her late father while simultaneously making it clear that our country could learn a lot from the highly revered leader.
“There are a lot of lessons that the country could learn from my father’s life,” King told Christian Headlines. “He was a deeply spiritual man who had a strong prayer life and faith in Jesus Christ.”
One of the many character traits King inherited from her father is leadership. King leads the King Center in Atlanta, Georgia and preaches across the United States.
Last week, King sat down for an interview with Christian Headlines to talk about her father’s legacy and how the country should remember him as the 42nd anniversary of his death approaches in April.
“My father had a deep concern and love for our country in facing racial inequality,” King shared noting that racial inequality is still a prevalent issue in America…