A pulpit response to Charlottesville …

If I’d had more time between Sunday morning and the horror of Saturday in Charlottesville, I would have said some hints differently.  Here is my effort, raw and unedited.  You can see my pain on my face.  I’m wearing my aching heart on my face.

Pastor.  Parent.  Activist.  

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2 Responses to A pulpit response to Charlottesville …

  1. “We must not stand idly by.” Thank you Kris. I had to wait a few days to watch this as I was sure the pain on your face would bring me quickly to tears. But what actually happened was your words and pain fed heart and have energized me to pull out of my place of pain and fear and do all the good I can, when and wherever I can. Peace.

  2. vivachange77 says:

    Thank you, Kris. This is powerful. What happened in Charlottesville is unspeakable yet you put words to it.

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