This post, written by Kate Wiebe, originally was published on March 22, 2016, on our previous website.
As our hearts ache, again, following another terrorist attack, many of us feel that restlessness that forms in the aftermath of atrocity. What can we do? How can we help? Many of us are far away and feel so much sorrow. We are challenged, again, to know how best to encourage, support, and enact care.
Here's a few practices that ICTG staff, directors, advisors, and colleagues have found most useful following human-caused disasters that occur far away:
With these acts you get involved in countering terror locally and globally. These acts make a difference. Be a blessing this week.
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