Tales from the Attic - The six day lockdown we never fully had

Author:
Craig Broman
Date:
May 11, 2021
Type:

A series of short videos, recorded by Craig Broman in his own attic during the 2020 pandemic. In this Tale, Craig encourages the resident in Lock Down to slow down, read and reflect on Gods word. In pausing to take stock of the realities of your network and supports, he urges believers to take comfort in the knowledge that we are never outside of God's love and care and to set our hope on things above.

Duration: 5 mins

Source: https://vimeo.com/481110582

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