Lessons Learned: Human Suffering

When we look at the world, it has been a summer of unraveling with wars in the Middle East, refugees fleeing conflict, racial tensions on the rise as shootings of unarmed black men in America sow doubt, tragic murders of civilians in Orlando and police officers in Dallas that push people toward an almost paranoid fear that no place is safe. The world is in turmoil and if your spirits haven’t been challenged, undone, or unraveled, then you’re not paying attention. How do we respond? How do we lie down in our comfortable beds at night in our homes free from violence and the ravages of war? Listen to this week’s sermon as Candace Maxymowich shares a message on human suffering and the greatest action we’re called to – love.


Psalm 37:10-11

In just a little while, the wicked will be no more;
    though you look carefully at his place, he will not be there.
But the meek shall inherit the land
    and delight themselves in abundant peace.

Lessons Learned: Human Suffering


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