Dear Editor,

Together we are approaching a very unique Thanksgiving. 2020 has been a chaotic and volatile year, and for many it may be hard to find things for which to be thankful. If that describes you after season of coronavirus, societal unrest, lawlessness, economic stress, and we know the struggle has been compounded by a particularly contentious election season which is pitting two very different visions for America against each other. As believers in Jesus Christ, we must be in constant prayer for our families, our neighbors, our churches, and our our nation. Pray on! And be thankful for our creator’s love.

Jan Weigel

Buffalo

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