We tell stories about how God is moving in people around Blue Ridge, to glorify the One who intimately and graciously loves each one of us. We also hope that these stories will be an encouragement to you no matter where you are on your journey with God.
When calamity strikes, for many of us, an inner battle begins. We may struggle with feeling compelled to assist while knowing we are ill-equipped to do so. Have you ever watched a difficult situation unfold and found yourself standing on the sidelines filled with uncertainty and inadequacy? Do you sometimes feel that certain disasters are best left for the “experts” to fix? When we see those we care for deeply mired in crisis or pain, we often don’t know what step to take and wonder if our actions will help or just make things worse. Today’s message will give scriptural insight into this dilemma. It’s not our job to do the healing—but it is our job to respond. Learn practical ways to do this and hear the stories of people that have experienced healing because a flawed and inadequate person had the courage to take action.