Passport through Darkness. I am inspired by her courage, her wisdom, her passion, her faith. I am awed by her frailness, her strength, her vulnerability, her humanity.
My original tear-stained paperback and a later-purchased copy are out on loan, books weaving their way across the U.S. from friend to friend, and hand to hand. Today, I discover Passport through Darkness is available for Nook and Kindle FREE until July 15. Details here kimberlysmith.blogspot.com
Sitting in the cool quiet of my office, shaded windows gently lighting the room, I open my new e-book and my heart is
again carried away to the dark evil of Sudan, a woman named Kimberly, and her faith in God:
"I stood at a precipice, a crag of rock in a parched, thirsty land that
mirrored the condition of my heart. From where I stood I looked down
upon the riverbed ..."
No atrocity is too large, no story of redemption too small, for our God. A Heart Not Big Enough