Friday, October 2, 2015

The Targeting of Christians


Tragedy
The Targeting of Christians and How Christians Respond: Reflections on the Oregon Shootings
Pray for the families for whom this is not "another mass shooting," and then act in these ways.
Ed Stetzer
Our first reaction to such horrific events must be to pray for the families of the victims, the family of the shooter, anyone else who is facing the hardest days of their lives in the weeks ahead. Secondly, Christians must ask, "How do we respond to something like this?" There will certainly be more ways than this, but let me share four simple ways we must respond. continue reading >>


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