- racial tensions,
- political turmoil,
- financial instability,
- uncertainty about the future,
- trying to determine the best way to educate our children this fall.
I have come to think of them as a desert season. While traveling through a desert is often difficult, deserts can also be places of great opportunity and promise.
In thinking of these desert seasons, I have been drawn to the story of the nation of Israel as God led them out of captivity in Egypt, toward the Promised Land. Their desert season was filled with lessons that prepared them to experience the best God had for them. I believe the same is true for us.
For the next few weeks, I am going to be speaking on how we can best travel desert seasons. We are going to focus on what we can learn about God, ourselves, and others that will help us navigate the world in a more peaceful and redeeming way.
For ways in which you can connect with a wider community as we travel this desert season check out First Baptist Kennett Square – Desert Series
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