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Finding Grace in the Midst of Racial Division Part 2 – Captain Ronald Johnson

Sometimes in life, you’re called upon to do things bigger than yourself, and all you can do is rely on god’s strength to get through it. Retired Police Captain Ronald Johnson was thrust into a volatile situation in Ferguson, Missouri, following a police-involved shooting a Michael Brown. As racial tensions mounted and the incident gained national attention, Captain Johnson was put in charge of security in the region… a daunting task. With each step, he prayed and sought God’s guidance and wisdom in an effort to bring peace to difficult circumstances.

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