Justice, Lament and Hope

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Many of us are struggling to find the right words to respond to the global outpouring of pain and anger following the death of George Floyd.

We know that our God is a God of Justice and we are called to "walk justly" in this world.

These are big topics to unpack and discuss, so here are two resources as starting points for you.

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