Posted on March 15, 2018

High School Students Can Win $24,000 In Scholarship Awards From MLK.Bible by March 24

Posted on March 15, 2018 by .BIBLE Registry Categories: News, Updates

Do you know any high school students who are juniors or seniors? Be sure to share with them about this contest with $24,000 in cash scholarships!

How can they win? Submit an essay or spoken-word performance video that highlights the life work of Dr. Martin Luther King.

Visit www.MLK.Bible/contest for contest details about how to submit entries.

It’s time to get the creative juices flowing because the contest deadline is March 24, 2018.

The contest is one part of a multi-faceted approach to remember Dr. Martin Luther King’s impact in American history as we approach the 50th Anniversary of his assassination in April.

The Bible profoundly inspired him to be steadfast in his commitment to the radical transformation of American society through nonviolent activism.

The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is described as:

mlk.bible/journey Today, Dr. King is considered to be one of the most important figures of the 20th century, not only for African-Americans but for all those seeking freedom, justice, equality and peace. His unique approach to the philosophy of nonviolent action stands as one of the most successful alternatives to the world’s ongoing struggle against violent conflict, and against structural injustice.

Reviving the Dream Scripture Devotional

Everyone is also invited to follow-along with this devotional series that highlights pivotal moments during Dr. King's life and connects them with appropriate biblical passages. Sign up for the free devotional at www.MLK.Bible/journey.

Attend a Gathering in New York City or Charlotte

Make plans and RSVP to attend a gathering to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Charlotte (April 14) or New York City (April 3-4).

At each gathering, you will hear from national leaders and local voices about race and our current social climate in America.

You’ll also dialogue courageously about integrating the Bible into future of the civil rights movement that is both socially and biblically relevant.