On Sunday, January 15, Bishop Steve Lane was the featured preacher at A Service of Light, a community service held at St. John’s, Bangor, to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. In his sermon he had, in part, this to say.
[T]he dream of God is a different dream. It’s not about beating people down, it’s about building them up. It’s a dream of the love of God made flesh in Jesus. It’s a dream of hearts being changed and conquered by love. It’s a dream of light that was given, a light shining amidst the darkness of the world, that the darkness can’t put out. It’s a dream of ordinary men and women, people like you and me, inhabiting that dream and making it real in our lives and among the people we live.
Read it all here.