As a youth leader or parent it can be difficult to know how to help our teenagers process through something as tragic as a mass shooting, like the one that happened this week in Boulder, Colorado. But when traumatic events happen, it provides an opportunity to speak into young lives in a deep and meaningful way.
This horrific shooting took 10 lives, including the life of one heroic police officer.
Think about it for a moment. People, just like you and me, stopped by the grocery store to pick up some eggs and milk and, within minutes of walking into the store, their lives were taken by a cold-blooded killer. It is unthinkable.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Greg Stier