Sparked by the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd and most recently Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta, protesters around the world have taken to the streets calling for police reform following the deaths of blacks at the hands of police officers. And while there have been some immediate policy changes, including the passing of “Breonna’s Law” banning no-knock warrants in Louisville, Kentucky, Brooks’ death reminds us that the battle for justice and equality for black Americans is far from over.
루이빌 – 한국 전쟁은 1950년 6월 25일 대부분의 사람들에게는 휴식의 날인 일요일에 시작되었다.
2019년 6월 23일 주일아침에 인디애나폴리스 한인장로교회는 한국전쟁 참전 용사들과 그 가족들을 주일 예배와 친교로 초대하였다. 이 연합예배는 한국 전쟁에서 추운 겨울과 더운 여름의 피와 땀을 나눈 사람들의 희생에 감사하며 10년 넘게 한국전쟁 기념일로 지켜온 교회의 연례 행사이다.
On many Pentecost Sundays, which can be a movable feast like Easter Sunday, the life of a congregation sometimes intersects with the long weekend of Memorial Day holiday, the unofficial beginning of the summer season. As well as many graduations taking place around this time, a growing number of churches now hold services for ordination and installation before the summer begins.
Two congregations that worship in the same Louisville, Ky., church are comfortable enough with one another that host church members didn’t even bat an eye recently when the smaller congregation told the larger one that the church has termites.
“Then they will see ‘the Son of Man coming in clouds’ with great power and glory.” — Mark 13:26