It’s been 27 years since I lived through the devastating earthquake in Northridge, California. You would think after two decades the memories would be diminished, but in fact, they make my heart beat faster, and create an almost panic feeling of helplessness. It triggers my need to flee, quickly. But there is often no place… Continue reading Friends to the Rescue
This is a reblog from Kathy Haueisen, a friend, an author and a Lutheran minister. Her questions seem to have no answers, yet should. Cave Rescue Operation By Kathryn Haueisen on Jul 13, 2018 05:28 am When you go through deep waters, I will be with you. (Isaiah 43:1) We were traveling with very limited… Continue reading Cave Rescue Operation
While in Kenya a few years ago, a group of us worked in a school/orphanage/shelter for several days. This door led to the living quarters of homeless boys, and was considered a safe place for children residing in the slums of Nairobi. Would we consider this door an entrance to safety? Would you feel ‘rescued’ if you… Continue reading Is This a Door to Safety?