One Thing Remains
The month of March has taken on new significance for me this year.
On March 8, I will commemorate the one-year anniversary of a snowmobiling accident near Backus, Minnesota. When I regained consciousness, I found EMT personnel placing me on a backboard and loading me into a waiting ambulance.
Stories from the Field: Dana’s Story
Bosnia Drug Rehab Center Dana’s life was filled with feelings of shame and rejection. Her father, an alcoholic, left her mother just before she was born. Eventually, Dana was left in the custody of her grandparents as her mother began a new life with a new husband. Although her grandparents showed immeasurable love to her—she was given nearly anything she asked for—nothing could fill the […]
Hands of Honor Update
On home assignment, we get asked all the time, “what do you miss back in Africa?” It’s so EASY for me to answer!
Have you met a radiant person? I have. Several, actually. They attend my church. They are in my family. They serve those less fortunate, giving of their time and resources when our culture screams greed and selfishness.