It was Thanksgiving time in 2004, and my family and I were headed home for the holidays. It was a delightful evening as we traveled. The kids cheered from the backseat as the rain turned to snow. School was out, we were headed to Grandma’s and it’s snowing, it doesn’t get any better than that! I fell asleep to the sound of giggling in the back seat as my children teased and played with each other. But when I awoke, my whole life had changed. We had been in an accident. My husband was dead. My son was dead. And my daughter would die later that night…
What pours from a broken heart is not the same as what flows from a heart broken for God. Lora’s heart streams with triumph where both sorrow and hope mingle. Her testimony is beautiful in its strength and delicate in its severity. Her story is moving and her word powerful though her voice is meek and her speech gentle. This ministry, entrusted to Lora, is one of healing, forgiveness, mercy, and trust. Her heart, triumph, testimony, and ministry are gifts from, as well as gifts to, the Living God, Who is still Mighty to save and Whose Glory remains untarnished.
In the Service of His Majesty our Lord
Pastor New Salem, SBC, Independence, MO
July 11th, 2013
I have enjoyed reading the comments that a few of you have posted on my last blog. It’s not too late to add your thoughts and stories and I hope that you will!
Since I posted that last blog, I have seen God move in a mighty way in my life. I have recently purchased a rental house, because I felt that God wanted me to. The only instructions he gave me were to buy it, and to watch. Continue Reading
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