Meme was a woman who lived with Todd and I throughout our years in Mexico. She was like a Mexican grandmother to our children. Born an orphan, and eventually a widow, we first met her while she was a caregiver in a children’s home. When we returned to serve in the home office, she’d spend half the year here with us, and the other half in Mexico. She taught me the best lessons on poverty, service, forgiveness and resilience. In May 2019, she developed a cough from Valley Fever. In July, she came to the US for treatment, and fought for her life. The week of October 5th, she was hospitalized for the third time, and we acknowledged she was losing the fight. The day she died, when asked, she couldn’t come up with … Continue reading Where Does Worship Go Inside of You?
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