Dallas, Texas May 21, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Recently, a mass murder occurred in Buffalo, New York. Literally, a young white male traveled hundreds of miles (allegedly) hunted down and killed black people. The normal voices and sound chambers echo their outrage of racism, weapons, and similar long-held protests. But this time, seemingly in the wake of Covid, a war in Ukraine that can bring the world to the brink of nuclear war, historic inflation, a highly controversial Supreme Court concerning Roe v Wade, and the specter of coming elections, the massacre has not dominated the airwaves similarly to recent history (i.e. George Floyd, Summer of 2020, etc).
According to Dr. Steven DavidSon, it’s understandable that it is a major emotional issue for those most affected, but on a global scale, and in reality, nothing concerning change will be done about it. DavidSon the nation’s leading Christ-based counselor, and High Presbyter of the nation’s largest virtual church, views the massacre in the context of grave global circumstances.
“Obviously, we’re a nation with so many issues while leading the world in gun violence, any substantive change to matters of guns, race, and similar issues have run their course in the nation’s two-hundred forty-five year history. Regardless of those who use these experiences for political leverage or for personal motives, history has proven it is a viscious cycle without an end. The question now upon the nation is will the United States continue as a Democracy as we know it? Notwithstanding matters of gun violence and race, we could be confronted with circumstances where protesting is not allowed. Also, considering the nation is one of the world’s leaders with mental illness (clearly exacerbated by the series of national and global crisis), every one and organization must contribute to healing and wholeness in our view.”
DavidSon admits the trend and enormity of conditions facing the nation are overwhelming, particularly where so many are suffering from feelings of futility. But he believes no matter how small, there’s a degree of relief in every leader at every level doing what they can.
“We have faith-based counseling services available nationwide. We’re available to anyone or family who needs our services at no cost. We further believe we have the greatest message of hope no matter what the circumstances are before us. We simply desire to support people nationally or globally. It is the least we can do.”
About: DavidSon’s a pioneer in web-based ministry since 1997 leading the Christ-based Ministry enterprise of 18 Web Sites, featuring non-apostate Christ-based Counseling and Education sites. He’s been in Christian Ministry more than five decades and this is the twenty-ninth year of Amazing Things The Church, the heart of the work with an average of thirty-five thousand a day attending daily. There’s live daily programming and numerous support resources available to the public:
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