Black Lives Matter is an organization established on 13 Guiding Principles,
according to the website. There are two principles of the thirteen that
are in direct conflict with biblical principles and responsibility.
Over the last three months, many Birmingham Christians
have prayed and declared the following scripture:
if my people, who are called by my name, will humble
themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their
wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will
forgive their sin and will heal their land
– 2 Chronicles 7:14
Birmingham has prayed and we have sought the face of God,
but will we humble ourselves and turn from our wicked ways?
On Tuesday, June 23rd the Birmingham City Council (most likely
during their weekly 9AM meeting) will consider a resolution
to rename a portion of Sixteenth Street North to Black Lives
In addition, last week the City of Birmingham granted permission
to the local Black Lives Matter Birmingham Chapter (FB) authority
to paint a large Black Lives Matter street painting on 1st Avenue
South just outside of Railroad Park using city resources.
Three things you can do
We are asking the Christian church community to uphold the Holy
Bible as the founding roots of civil rights in Birmingham, AL.
Do not let false doctrine steer the narrative of civil rights.
- keep fighting for equality for African Americans and all people suffering from oppression, abuse and injustice
- use your influence to prevent the renaming of Sixteenth Street North or use of the brand ‘Black Lives Matter’ anywhere
- petition the City of Birmingham to remove the word ‘Black’ in the Black Lives Matter street message on 1st Ave South
Join us Sunday, June 21 @ 6:30PM or
to hear a discussion on these concerns
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