A letter to the survivors of the EF4 tornado that struck and destroyed, Rochelle, Illinois and Fairdale Illinois.
The holidays can be one of the toughest times for a natural disaster survivor. Sometimes it brings tears, other times it makes them remember with nostalgia of the days before the disaster. Yet helping them to realize that God’s plan is best, and that he has even better memories ahead for them.
Dear Paternos Washington Wildfire Survivors, The last few months have been hard. The wildfire has taken everything you owned. It has taken your livelihood. It has taken your routines, your […]
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 […]
Marriages are messy. Marriages are beautiful. Marriages have the ingredient of love in them. Yet Darlene writes to the truth of marriages on her blog Time Warp Wife. She […]
Bumps in the road and recovery.
Moving forward after your disaster
Tired and Survivors.
Good Morning Everyone! Today it is the last five minute friday until January 3rd, 2014. It is the day whenever we write for five minutes, no grammar checks nor […]