The article referenced in this post is written by Sarah Ngu was originally featured on michaelrwear.com.
In seeking wisdom on how to respond to Charleston, this line from Sarah Ngu captured my attention:
"Maybe this means that when we pray, we will not just lament, 'Dear God, please intervene and save me from this, for I am full of flaws,' but, 'Dear God, I am full of flaws. Help me become whom you made to be.'"
Constantine leveraged his power in response to the radical love of God. What if we were to do the same? Check out the entire piece here!
Sarah Ngu (@sarahngu) is a freelance writer and an alumni of Trinity Forum Academy and Columbia University. Based in New York City, she blogs on faith and culture, and produces thought leadership for businesses.