Sheri (picture included) began to tell me this is her first time, she is from Tennessee and riding on the Mid Route in memory of her deceased husband of 46 years. He passed three months ago after battling (or should I say she battled) Alzheimer’s for two years. She spoke with tears as she told the story of her husband’s twin brother being KIA (Killed In Action) while both were serving in Vietnam, only 30 miles apart.
After listening to the story (Dr. Hugh Morgan’s first instructions to me was, “The Ministry of Presence, being there and listening), I gave her a M25 RFTW Warrior’s chip and a hug, she was off and on her way to LA to visit a granddaughter for a few days.
Our prayer request would include the following:
- A ray of light to the lost
- An element of peace to the troubled
- A dose of healing for the broken
- A taste of love for the rejected
Thanks for your prayers of support and those of you who helped us with the huge financial undertaking.
Gary Burd, National M25 Director