Posted by Lucy Luginbill on April 10, 2015
Editors note: This is the conclusion of a three-part series.
They were at the end of their rope, nowhere to run. The desperate Liberian refugees made a telephone call to say goodbye one that certainly would be their last.
My parents called and said you may not see us again, Wendy Newbury, now of Pasco, remembered their frantic call while she stood continents away in America.
Posted on April 4, 2015
A Pasco High School choir teacher recalls the Liberian Civil War and how she and her family were caught in the terrifying experience. But when days seemed the darkest, fortuitous events kept them from death’s door.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on March 29, 2015
Wendy Newbury of Pasco was 6 years old when war broke out in the country of Liberia in West Africa. How her family survived the horrific war years is a testament to faith and courage in this two-part story.
Posted on March 22, 2015
A Kennewick woman feels a strong nudge to visit a mother in a neighboring state who lost her son to suicide. But when doubts arise about visiting the grieving mom, Morgan Hillman still keeps her appointment and ultimately learns why.
Posted on March 8, 2015
When a Kennewick woman finds two heart-decorated river rocks at Arch Cape, Ore., she also discovers a tragic story – one filled with love and faith.