that their parents can't, because they can't, even though that's the ache in their heart.
just like I have millions of times since we planted it in our safe little yard that I grew up in.
I watched a green anole climb leisurely up the side of our porch, really the only place that is scary around here
or when anything fears for their lives is when I let Lucy Mae out on the back porch and she runs after the lizards.
Then I had a delicious 9 hours of sleep upon a comfy mattress with a feather pillow, three sheets of covers,
air conditioning bursting with clean air, a fan swirling on high, and a happy little dog curled into the small of my back.
and Mama bought some as a treat. And then I boiled some very clean water and made some tea.
from Desiring God: "Building His Church in a Refugee Crisis"
because it's been going on for so long, and there's so much we don't know, and the need is SO HUGE.