In the midst of failing religious liberty and the haunt of nuclear war, we do no service to God’s kingdom to complain about our leadership. Rather, we ought to run to God, begging for mercy and restoration. We ought to run to God confessing our sins and repenting in figurative sackcloth and ashes.
The book of Joel may be an untapped resource when it comes to family discipleship. While that may seem like an odd statement, perhaps an examination of the content of Joel’s prophecy may persuade you.