The Onoda family needed more than a simple vacation. After a year of emotional upheaval, this family of five was looking for a place where they could be free from distractions so that they could begin the process of healing and reconnecting with each other.
“This weekend has been life-changing,” said one resident. “I have been nourished in mind, body and soul. I feel refreshed and renewed and ready to take on all the challenges in my life. This ministry is truly blessed and I will be forever grateful.”
If you are anything like me, there is nothing more frustrating than ambiguity. For instance, it drives me crazy when I see the miscellaneous designation on a spreadsheet. “We don't know where it fits, so we will just bury it in 'miscellaneous.' ” What is lost when we do that is clarity. For many years, our generous donors gave money