Has the American Dream Died, or Did It Just Fall Asleep?

The American Dream Has Become a Nightmare by Pastor Paul J. Bern To view this on my website, or for small screen viewing, click here 🙂 The “American Dream” has at its core an escape from the real world to build a personalized utopia, a custom-made fantasy island of sorts. When we were taught to […]

The MLK Holiday and the Current State of America: What Would Jesus Say?

The Hijacking of a Dream: Reclaiming Rev. Dr. King’s Legacy by pastor and published author Paul J. Bern To view this in any browser, click here 🙂 As we celebrate another Martin Luther King holiday, America needs to perform a re-assessment of what this memorial holiday truly means to all of us. On August 28, […]

Free Book Sample #10 From This Blog’s Author

Although I meant to publish this yesterday afternoon, a series of computer software problems on my desktop workstation have been keeping me from posting this until now. Monday was the 54th anniversary of Rev. Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Allow me to share a little something about that historic event from my first […]

After 50 Years, Things Have Gone From Bad to Worse

“After Vietnam” 50 Years Later by Pastor Paul J. Bern To view this in any browser, click here! 🙂 The fiftieth anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s much-beloved (right wing extremists excluded) speech, “After Vietnam” occurred this past week. To commemorate this famous speech I will be posting this slightly condensed version today, […]

In Honor of Rev. Dr. King Jr.

I Dare To Dream (excerpt from “The Middle and Working Class Manifesto” (3rd edition) by Rev. Paul J. Bern) The maniacal march of economic inequality, from which springs the source of racism, poverty, crime, violence, and lack of access to health care and higher education, has become the new civil rights issue of the 21st […]