Because Stories Heal

Several months ago, my daughter, *Katya, and I Skyped with her grandmother in Ukraine. Katya is my seventh child. She came to us by way of adoption eight years ago. Stories of her childhood are fractured and mysterious. She recalls shadows and wisps that are as hard to catch as smoke that trails out the chimney and circles the pines before disappearing on the breeze. ...
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How Could We Do Otherwise?

How Could We Do Otherwise?

With limited time and fading light, you might think that a photographer’s priority is to push through and get great photos. But for Adelyn Boling on our last trip to Zambia, it was not enough just to capture the images. She took time to treasure these children showing glimpses of themselves that they had never seen. ...
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Time to Celebrate

Time to Celebrate

by Cindy Finley
This week our team hit the lake to celebrate all that God has done this quarter.
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Hakuna Mungu Kama Wewe

Hakuna Mungu Kama Wewe

by Cindy Finley
Hakuna mungu kama wewe ...
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Why RiverCross

by Cindy Finley
If you are like the people on our RiverCross team, you are pulled in many directions. You are juggling carpools, soccer games, church responsibilities, work, family, and more.  So why do you give your time, talent, and treasure to RiverCross?    ...
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Perhaps Today is your Third Day

Perhaps Today is your Third Day

by Cindy Finley
Kwibisa approached me after our third day together in Zambia. “Cindy, I need to talk to you.”
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So that He Can Heal Broken Hearts

So that He Can Heal Broken Hearts

by Cindy Finley
You love this little child. Delight in her. In her you see beauty and grace and you view this child as a precious treasure. And then one day, the unthinkable happens.
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Is Your Bike in the Trunk?

Is Your Bike in the Trunk?

by Cindy Finley
On the Christmas morning that I turned 10, my mom sent me out to the car to get something out of the trunk.
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