The June 2007 issue of Christianity Today has an excellent sermon by Philip Yancey that he preached on the Virginia Tech campus two weeks after the massacre. His pastoral sensitivity in preaching to students whose lives have been changed forever by this tragedy is amazing. This is one of the best pieces of writing that I have ever read that attempts to provide something for Christians to cling to in the midst of events that turn one’s life upside down. I can’t even describe it with justice, I found it to be very well said. You can read the sermon here.

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