Making Unity and Peace Possible
A Word from Josh
We live in unsettling times. Every day, it seems there are more troubling stories in the news. Where do we turn to regain a sense of stability and hope?
“Just trust God,” some will say, but this can feel like trite and simplistic advice. We know God is aware of our circumstances and is watching over us, yet we must still face difficulties and troubles. We are left wondering where God is in the midst of it all.
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