Chapel

Stones for Remembering

James Thames, associate professor of Christian Education and associate academic dean for Academic Administration, discusses why God directed Joshua throughout the conquest of the Promised Land to leave piles of stones to serve as a memorial to His deliverance, justice, power, mercy and grace. He explains God has left us reminders of those things in our lives as well; we need them to help us endure in the dark times of life.

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