In our loss and suffering, we scramble for understanding, stability, and orientation, yet what we most need is witness. We need presence, because we wrestle better together. We need to know what to do with the fragments left in our hands: fragments of our hopes, our anger, and our confusion.
This “Cries of the Heart” service was a time to grieve and to hold space for each other, rather than pursuing quick fixes. We gathered to plant our tears and to re-engage belief in a good Father through prayer, song, and teaching.
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