I read this timely story in The Washington Post yesterday about a local fireman, Marshall Moneymaker, who had lost his three older sisters to breast cancer in less than two years. Moneymaker and his wife did all they could to help the three sisters beat this awful disease but it wasn’t enough. After burying three sisters, the enormity of what had happened left Moneymaker emotionally exhausted.
Where do you go when you have felt pain and loss deeper than you ever thought possible?
You can shut down and put out the “Vacant” sign or you can stay involved in … Read More