Thank you for your article. I needed it today--I have a daughter Amber also. Totally different circumstances, other than she overwhelmingly needs help also. I appreciate your perspective and look forward to that next life of understanding why things happen the way they do. Meanwhile. I hang onto hope and faith, sometimes by a thin thread, and endeavor to endure while waiting for that further light and knowledge.
Thank you Becky dear for such a sad but then uplifting article. Turning Amber's too short life into your determination to make it count for something turned out to be so inspirational for the thousands you have helped. And on and on it will continue with much momentum, giving love, caring and hope to so many who desperately need it.
Love this! You have so many talents that bless others! Thank you!
Thank you for sharing this touching story! God does bring goodness out of tragedy. We just have to hold on, clinging to our faith. Thank you.
Becky, Thank you so much for this article. It has touched me like no other ever has. I now will look for the good that comes out of every tragedy.
What an incredible article, Becky! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing your story with the world. We all need to hear it.
Beautifully inspirational. Sometimes we just need to hope and hold tight. Time does work its wonder to shed peace and acceptance. Indeed, "we see through a glass darkly." Someday we will see the light and understand our personalized schooling in this life. Thanks for the message and inspiration to many.
Thank you Becky for sharing such a tender and remarkable story! I am so touched and simply cannot fathom what you have endured and how you have turned your sorrow into an organization focused on those in need. What a tribute to your daughter, you, your family and those who serve with you all! Thank you so much for sharing this article!!
Thank you for sharing this.
Thank you for your faith and love, and commitment through Christ to using your suffering to serve others. You are a beautiful example of the reality that out of darkness can come the greatest light.
Very touched by your story. You also have been a true blessing in the lives of the missionaries that you served in the DR. My son being on of them.
This is incredibly beautiful. I also have a son with serious mental illness and who has attempted suicide. This beautiful perspective really touched me today
Having my oldest son in a mental hospital at this moment, this is exactly the article I needed to read today. Just one more tender mercy from a Father who loves us.
Beautiful and tear jerking! Thank you for bringing these truths to the rest of us who haven’t lived through what you have. God bless you for what you are doing.
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