Come to DC: Beyond the Final Prophecy and Assassination, MLK 50 and join the thousands to give honor to the Prophet, Rev. Dr. MLK-jr at the Spiritual Landmark in his honor. As producer of the first 3 years of the Federal Holiday from Memphis, The Legacy 5.0 Bible is the first to honor the Biblical Rights Legacy 50 years later. Join us with National Leaders and DC Talents.
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What's Next for Arkansas?
"Rev. Arthur L. Hunt, Jr., Say's What's Next for Arkansas with MLK and Introduces Governor Asa Hutchinson Who Tells Us More| 4.4.2017 "Give Us This Day" Prayer Breakfast"
Click here to here the opening remarks- Hunt says Arkansas should 'be the ONE' The Governor Speaks
Click on Bible: Pre-order Your Copy Today Romans 12:21 "And Be Not Overcome By Evil; But Overcome Evil With Good" What better way during the 50th MLK Commemoration than to
honor the works of God through His 20th Century Prophet, Rev. Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr., than by placing his works in a commemorative bible? It makes
clear that Rev. King was doing the works of a Biblical Rights activist as God ordained
him to guide a nation through the justice objectives of the Civil Rights
Movement. What better time than know to advance the
Civil Rights Movement: From Prophecy to Promise?
How does God see us? How does He orchestrate the assignments
of His prophets, pastors? And on the 50th
observance of the final prophecy and assassination of His servant, Rev. Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., how did God shape the social justice and Biblical
The April 3rd Proclamation Rally II is being timed to coincide with the AR Special Legislative Session.
In June of 2015¸ the Arkansas State NAACP initiated a conversation with Governor Asa Hutchinson and his regarding the separation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday that is celebrated on the same day as that of the Robert E. Lee Holiday.
Happening Now: Please read the article that appears in Wednesday's, March 30th Arkansas Democrat Gazette entitled Black caucus set on viewing a bill to end King-Lee joint holiday.