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faith, Grief, Tiggy's House

Progress on Tiggy’s House!

It’s been a long, slow journey. Kind of like grief itself. But what was once a barren field in rural Nepal became a metaphor for the lifelessness I felt after losing a son. I can name off the events, but I still don’t know quite what insanity led a grieving family to attempt a task on this scale. None of…

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And we made it!

Thank you so much to everyone who gave so generously yesterday. I cannot believe that from the simple thought that it would be nice to have the money for Tiggy’s House raised by the second anniversary of his death, $1,840 would be raised in just 24 hours. That brings our total to $40,124 and Tiggy’s House is completely funded. It…

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The mark Tiggy left

Since the first of December, I’ve been hovering over my email, checking it way too often. I was expecting our monthly report and I knew we were getting close to $38,000. Close to seeing the end of this fundraising journey. Close to seeing enough money to build a home for children on the other side of the world who scarcely…

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faith, Tiggy's House

Where is God when it hurts?

Where is God when it hurts? At His easel. This is my husband, sharing some of our journey and our heart for Tiggy’s House at church last week. You can go to the next segment by clicking the link in the top left corner. The text version of At the Easel of the Master Painter may be found here.

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