Posted by Lucy Luginbill on December 21, 2014
Life was upside down. Household income — gone. Home in the suburbs — gone. Her health — gone.
Standing in the food bank on a gray December day, it seemed kindness for a moment had disappeared, too.
She said I was a loser, remembers Jael Cox about the woman in charge of the Lynnwood food bank counter. I had missed hearing my number called.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on December 14, 2014
The extravagantly decorated house attracted people from miles around. But when the family who had waited in a line of cars finally got up close, it wasn’t the lights that caught the little boy’s attention.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on December 7, 2014
The little girl from Pasco wasn’t about to allow bullying as long as she was on the school playground. Her compassion for kids with special needs brought her later to her God-given purpose in life.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on November 23, 2014
Several years ago while perusing the morning newspaper headlines, Lucy Luginbill suddenly feels she should retrieve her cell phone and turn it on. What happens next has her believing there are no coincidences.