Everyday Faith: God Turns Tragedy into Victory

Village Schools of the Bible

PalsTragedy is all around us.

What do we say and do to help people struck down through unimaginable disaster like the Las Vegas shootings or the hurricane devastation in Puerto Rico? As Christians we respond with compassion and prayer, but inside we ask ‘what would we do in that kind of situation?’

Gordy and Nancy’s daughter Kathryne and son-in-law Jamison Pals had a heart for lost people, and sold everything they had to put the world decisively behind them, to go to a difficult mission field in Japan where less than 3% of the population know Christ. On the eve of their departure for Japan, Jamison, Kathryne and their three children were tragically killed in a vehicle accident.

How to Weather Tragedy

On Tuesday 3rd October, Gordy and Nancy Engel shared with us their encounter with this unimaginable tragedy. It is impossible in a short blog post to…

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. lnhereford says:

    What an amazing story, thank you for sharing this sister!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Cristina says:

      Thank you for reading sister. God is amazing His ways are not our ways His thoughts are not our thoughts. When we read stories such a these we are encouraged to trust Him even in the most dire and dark
      situations we face.
      May God bless you in all you do

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  2. mwitasblog says:

    Inspiring, and brings us to focus again on our destiny with Christ. Thank you for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Cristina says:

      You are welcome, thank you for your comment.


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