All of us can recall a time when someone gave us advice, or offered a helping hand, or rescued us from an emotional crisis. We remember that impact on our lives for a long time. Yet few of us go out of our way to try to duplicate that impact in the lives of others.
Joel Johnson, a Hope Unlimited Incident Support Chaplain, is touching lots of lives from the Oso mudslide disaster of 2014. For more than two months now he's been "in the trenches" working with people in the ugly aftermath of a wall of mud that covered their homes and their lives with tragedy. (More)