May 5, 2019
Psalm 88; Psalm 77; John 20:19-23
For my soul is full of troubles,
and my life draws near to Sheol.
I am counted among those who go down to the pit;
I am a man who has no strength,
like one set loose among the dead,
like the slain that lie in the grave,
like those whom you remember no more,
for they are cut off from your hand.
We live in a culture of ever increasing trauma. From the War on Terror to school shootings, first responders, child abuse, and assaults, there is trauma all around us. What is the intersection between a robust theology of the cross and PTSD? What does the Gospel offer for those who suffer and what kind of community is God calling us to be if we are to offer hope and hospitality to those suffer from this level of trauma. We need to talk about the hope of the Gospel in an ever suffering culture. Join us as we look at the film Leave No Trace.