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I was invited to give the key-note speech at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast in Alexandria, Louisiana's Convention Center. In this speech, I reflected on how strange it is that America honors Dr. King today. When I was growing up, he was a hated man, despised by everyone I knew in the public schools, my church, my family and extended family. Even national television news anchors sneered when he received the Nobel Prize for Peace.
However, when I became a Christian, I began to look critically at the "Christian" values of those around me, especially as those values touched on race. Out of that change, I decided to attend Dr. King's funeral in Atlanta.
Bob Vincent has been the pastor of the Grace Presbyterian Church in Alexandria, Louisiana since 1975. He and his wife Sandy were married in 1968; they have five children and eleven grandchildren to date. ¬†In 1984, Grace established Grace Christian School, K-12. ¬†Bob is a native of South...