Dr. Bernice A. King (Be A King), the chief executive officer of The King Center and youngest daughter of the late Coretta Scott King and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is nationally and internationally known as one of the most powerful, motivating and life-changing orators and speakers on the circuit today.
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Dr. Bernice King, CEO of The King Center and daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., joins Congressman John Lewis, Ambassador Andrew Young, and the Rev. C.T. Vivian to talk about what the volunteer movement could learn from the civil rights movement at Points of Light’s Conference on Volunteering and Service, June 16-18 2014 in […]
LIVE VIDEO: DR. BERNICE A. KING ON THE 49TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ASSASSINATION OF HER FATHER, DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. Be A King HOPE Inside Ebenezer Andrew J. Young Foundation The King Center
Her husband’s death still raw, King’s widow, Coretta Scott King, agreed to take his place and speak on Class Day in 1968. By then, the nation was mourning yet another loss. Only six days before she spoke, Civil Rights advocate and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was shot to death in Los Angeles. Coretta Scott […]
Please subscribe. Bernice King gave this powerful sermon to over 20,000 Salvationists at Atlanta Georgia in 2000 for The Salvation Army’s International Congress. Here is her message. enjoy Bernice king Preaching. bernice king, are you annointed?, the savation army, millennial congress, salvation army international congress, preaching, marting luther king jr, atlanta georgia, atlanta, bernice king […]
Dr. Bernice A. King provides keynote remarks at the HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit on November 15, 2012, with an introduction by HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant.
Dr. Bernice A. King speaks out against the proposed sale of her father’s Nobel Peace Prize and travel bible.
King’s “Drum Major Instinct” sermon, given on 4 February 1968, was an adaptation of the 1952 homily ”Drum-Major Instincts” by J. Wallace Hamilton. King encouraged his congregation to seek greatness, but to do so through service and love. King concluded the sermon by imagining his own funeral, downplaying his famous achievements and emphasizing his heart […]
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