2022 A Year of Toil, Trouble, and Yet Hope for Many Americans

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The following article represents five days on the road driving through Arizona, California, and Nevada, listening to everyday people sharing their personal experiences of 2022 and their hopes for the year ahead. For some, the year was one of challenges and tragedy, and for others, it was a time for understanding and healing.

Michael Sponsel’s facial expression was sad yet stoic. You could tell he was hurting inside, alone in Loren Pratt’s Little Chapel in Yuma, Arizona.

Standing at the altar of the one-room sanctuary in the middle of nowhere, Sponsel, of Denver, said a prayer for his late son, Michael “Mikie” Sponsel and signed the guest book.

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