mud strapped with a baby on her back and her twin on the front. I have seen God do so many things in Korah, so many lives begin to change, but sometimes the heaviness of it all overcomes me and my heart cries at the baseness of humanity and the suffering that goes so unnoticed and seems so unending. In an incomprehensible way it draws me closer to God, holding on tighter, feeling His presence, knowing that His pain for these whom He loves is so much deeper than mine and only He can make such a wrong, right…. He truly is our only Hope.
I don't usually share the need for a sponsor in such a personal way, but I was so overcome by the unjustness of it all. I think it is a story that needs to be told - so many in Korah and the world over live in such oppressive circumstances. I have always been drawn to Mother Theresa's words "We may not be able to change the world, but we can change one person's world." I believe that to be true and have witnessed the reality and power of those words. Together what a difference we can make in this world, wherever that may be - if we seize the opportunity to come alongside just one needy person - it changes their world.