Join us Tuesday, November 8, at 7:30pm in the fellowship hall as we engage with the topics of grief and suffering and experiencing the Lord in the midst.
“If we don’t make time for grief, it will not simply disappear. Grief is stubborn. It will make itself heard or we will die trying to silence it. If we don’t face it directly it comes out sideways, in ways that aren’t always recognizable as grief: explosive anger, uncontrollable anxiety, compulsive shallowness, brooding bitterness, unchecked addiction. Grief is a ghost that can’t be put to rest until its purpose has been fulfilled.” – Tish Harrison Warren, Prayer in the Night