Last November, President Trump was elected 45th President of The United States.

The next morning, a man in Texas decided to share peace with his neighbors.

Justin Normand, a Christian, was concerned about Islamophobia. He was concerned about bigotry against Muslims. He was concerned about the proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States.

So, Normand, who manages a sign shop did what he could.

He made a sign. It read, “You belong. Stay strong. Be blessed. We are one America.”

Then, he drove to the nearest mosque and stood out on the public sidewalk. He held the sign so that worshippers could see it.

Somebody drove by and took a photo of Normand. The photo immediately went viral.

Noramnd has since become another powerful voice on the need to love and accept all Americans.

Read the entire People Magazine article here: Texas Man Holds ‘You Belong’ Sign Outside of Mosque: ‘I Needed to Do Something’ >>

About The Author

My name is Paul Martin. I am a writer, who happens to be a Christian. I like writing about the intersection of family, religion, and politics. Recently, I launched a peacebuilding organization called The Christian Muslims Alliance.

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