What happened this weekend in Charlottesville was the world stepping into our sacred space – the torches, the guns, the speeding car, the fistfights, the injured, the voices of hate and fear. So what can we do?
We are all out sailing on the sea of life. As you consider your own journey, the storms you’ve passed through, or the storms you may be in the midst of, may God bring you out of your distress.
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