A letter to the survivors of the EF4 tornado that struck and destroyed, Rochelle, Illinois and Fairdale Illinois.
The storm season 2015 is upon us. Here are some ideas to get ready for the storm season. This in fact could be a very rough one.
Baskets being made for survivors is something they will treasure and be grateful for many years. This post we are looking at the months of February, March and April. February […]
I began writing the hope journey blog after the Joplin Tornado destroyed my childhood home. I never even realized how much the stories would touch my readers lives, and […]
Grace and survivors. Lots of words but big acts in one little sentence. Grace, is something that we as Christians need to give to survivors no matter where they are […]
Dear Storm Survivor, What a ride it has been since you have embarked on this journey. The journey I know it has not been easy, especially this first year. […]
Survivorship and decorating. There comes a time when a survivor comes home to their new home. A home which is their own and they can do whatever they want to […]
God’s Word is very important to the survivor who has survived a natural disaster. It is one book that is always strong and the same despite each of the circumstances […]
It is hard to believe that I am writing my 100th post. I guess writing 2 months straight on the life of a tornado survivor is worth it all. Today […]
Joplin The Miracle of the Human Spirit by Mark Rohr is a first hand account of the Joplin Tornado take from the city officials of Joplin Missouri. Mark Recounts in […]
Insurance can sometimes be a pain and depending on who you are with can make it even trickier. The insurance policy is detrimental for any homeowner. Renter’s Insurance is also […]
How many of us would just love to adopt a family to help them with their recovery? I know many of would just love to adopt a family. Well there […]
Survivors have a unique task in rebuilding their lives. Yes, some take longer to rebuild their lives than others do. Some are so caught up in their grief that it […]