Trauma Healing

Aug 23, 2018 by Ida Kaastra Mutoigo

Beauty Out of Ashes

CANADA - Have you ever been in a room with so much smoke that you could feel it in your lungs? This past week, I went to Williams Lake, BC, Canada where the smoke-filled air irritated lungs and formed such a thick fog outside that flights in and out had to be canceled. Why was there so much smoke?

Aug 6, 2018 by Leanne Geisterfer

Healing the Wounds of the Heart

HONDURAS - What is your worst pain? For some, it may be a physical, but for many their trauma is emotional. In Spanish, we call it a wound of the heart. About a month ago, I had the privilege of facilitating a trauma healing group for the first time.

Jul 17, 2018 by Sara Mahmood

Hope for Healing

We read about it in scripture and try to understand the hostility the early apostles faced during their ministries in the first century, but it all seems so long ago; not something that we would experience today. Yet this type of violence is happening in our very generation to our brothers and sisters in West Africa.

Mar 29, 2018 by Carol Bremer-Bennett

A Life Without Easter?

Yesterday I realized that I will not have Easter this year. I am currently in Ethiopia, and they are on the Orthodox calendar, which places Easter one week later than the one in North America, which is on April 1st. Since our flight plans involve heading home on Saturday, April 7th, I will experience Good Friday with Ethiopian Christians but will be on a series of flights on their Easter, April 8th.