FOX NEWS - With so many Americans divided over the ongoing debate about policing and race, here's a story that gives you hope.
A powerful Facebook post showing a Louisiana woman praying with a Baton Rough sheriff’s deputy is going viral and resonating with people all across the country.
Kim Muyaka posted the photo of her and the uniformed officer praying over the weekend, writing, "Violence is not the answer."
Muyaka told the Independent Journal Review that she felt God calling her to pray with the deputy:
I had been praying about the situations going on in America, based on what happened in Baton Rouge and Minneapolis and Dallas, all over the place. Then God dropped in my heart that I need to reach out to someone else to pray with, someone outside my race. I wondered, "What if I don’t find someone to do that with?"
When I was at Benny’s Car Wash putting air in [the] back tires, I saw the deputy making sure everything was going well and in order and I knew — this was the opportunity.