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Using Media When Dealing With Tragedy

How do we confront events that seem too much to handle?

During tragedies like the recent shooting at Virginia Tech University, the church is looked to for comfort, hope, and answers. None of these things are easy to come by in the face of such obvious injustice, but we train our eyes on Christ and pray for comfort and grace to all involved.

Here at FaithVisuals.com, we know that you might be trying to figure out how to talk about the topic or address the issue of suffering and the problem of evil in your church this week. I've selected a few videos I hope will help you in your search:

I hope you'll be able to use one of these. If you're a pastor and you've come here looking for sermon resources, I'd also like to point you to our sister site, PreachingToday.com, and its accompanying blog. The blog is being updated regularly with thoughts and reflections specifically designed to help pastors address this tragedy in their churches. Our sister publication, Leadership Journal, also has some resources available.

We hope that you will be able to communicate ...

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