CR360: “Resurrection and Gratitude”


Bram & Sandi continue a new Friday series focused on world events and the ‘Kingdom Response’. Through scripture, word and song, we’ll put a whole new spin on what’s happening in the world, right now.

Today: Sometimes tragedy strikes like a lightning bolt – literally… When Amber Escudero-Kontostathis stepped onto the grass of Lafayette Square Park on August 4, 2022, she was looking for a miracle: That perfect strangers would respond to a simple message with compassion. As an International Rescue Committee employee, she hoped that at least a few would respond to the immediate needs of refugees by committing to give something – anything – to help them survive their transition from war zones to a new life in the U.S. Little did she know that she was about to be the one in need, struggling for her very life. And it was the strangers around her that saved her life. What would she do in response to such unexpected trauma? Well, she did the thing that she was trained to do by some amazing mentors. It’s a powerful story and an example of how hope and gratitude can truly triumph in the most frightening circumstances imaginable…

To read the article that inspired today’s broadcast, Click Here…

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