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I cannot imagine what it would be like to be the parent of a Sandy Hook student.
But living just over 11 miles from Sandy Hook, we all either know someone... or know a friend of a friend... who deal with the pain, reflect on the memories, and demonstrate the strength to get up and live life to the fullest day after day.
Next Tuesday @ 6PM ET, there is concert for these families, a Night of Hope and Healing. If you do not have a ticket to the event, you can watch via livestream.
The night will include prayer, music and a message of God’s healing love in the midst of the SHES tragedy. (This is not a fundraiser).
A host of Christian artists and speakers will be sharing God’s message of Hope & Healing, including Building 429, Steven Curtis Chapman, Casting Crowns, Mandisa, Toby Mac, Laura Story and Chris Tomlin. Speakers include Max Lucado, Mary Beth Chapman and Louie Giglio.