Large scope issues like immigration reform often overwhelm us. We don’t know the answers, and don’t feel we could make a difference even if we did.
But when we can’t hold hope for all, can we at least hold hope for one?
Brian finally made it to the U.S. a few months ago. After years of applications, interviews, and waiting, he arrived in Alabama from Vietnam to care for his aging mother here.
But his English skills need improving. As one of the English as a Second Language volunteers, I’ve been assigned to help him improve.
It’s been an interesting journey. For both of us.
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I’m writing today at Do Not Depart for our #PracticalTheology series. What we think about God directly affects how we hope for and serve others.
This is Day 14 of my #Write28Days series on #PracticingHope.
- Even Death Is About Hope
- Battling Between Fear and Hope? Stand on the Rock