On the Opioid Crisis and the Church: A National Emergency for Us All

June 5, 2018

by Amy K. Sorrells Tracy* sat on the bed in front of me, her eyes wild and darting around the room. She looked a mess, her long dark hair in dingy kinks and knots. Sunken brown eyes and a pock-marked face made her look more like forty than the twenty-something she was. Most disturbing of all was the way she twisted and squirmed in the bed, as if fighting invisible cords threatening to tie her down…

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