Martin Luther King had a dream – a dream that has taken some significant, if faltering, steps towards realisation.
It was a vision he embraced with all his energy and worked tirelessly for, and in his last speech he said “I just want to do God’s will”.
As we experience the joy of Easter, we begin to realise that Easter is a beginning as well as an end; that Jesus’ bodily presence in this world is to be continued by his Body, which is the Church (Col 1:24), meaning us.
One result of our recent AwayDay was the desire for some simple statement to give us focus. Knowing we are the Body of Christ, is there something identifiable that God has prepared in advance for us to do (Eph 2:10)?