A set of hands clasp in prayer while their owner sits near a patient in a hospital.


I was immediately drawn to what my Savior did for me – how the Good, Great, and Chief Shepherd viewed me and the state I was in.  He endured torture. He suffered. He died. He spent three days separated from the Father.  Because I was salvageable.  
A man reads from a bible he is holding.

Shepherding Our Clergy

Then, may we demonstrate Provision, Protection, and Presence for these dear ones on an ongoing basis, in creative and selfless ways – by flourishing in our faith, growing in love for one another, with all humility and without fear, facilitating unity within the body of Christ...
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