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Douglas Raine

“DO MY WILL”

   My name is Douglas Raine, and I am a corrosion consultant. My story begins during WWII. Shortly before my birth my dad was drafted into US Army and served in Europe. Mom and I moved to her parent’s farm. When Dad returned home, he was an alcoholic. He managed to keep employment and was successful at work, but personal relationships with his family were difficult. He was a private person and never talked about his childhood or war experiences. Even drunk Dad treated Mom with the greatest love and respect and was kind to my brother and me. He would help us with our school work. On two occasions his father John, visited our family. John would take us shopping and buy us things we needed.

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Joseph Kim

JosephKimHow I Escaped from North Korea

And the crucial role the Chinese church played.

In some ways, I imagine growing up in North Korea is like growing up anywhere else. I had a father and mother who rarely failed to show me love, and my older sister looked after me constantly. I caught dragonflies with friends and waited with excitement for cartoons to come on TV.

In 1995, the worst of the Great Famine descended on the land and the privileges of my childhood were stripped away.

When I was 12 years old, my father died of starvation. Our house was taken away to repay a debt we owed a family friend. That year, my mother fled to China with my sister in search of food and money. She returned alone a few months later. She had sold my sister into bride slavery, a common fate for young North Korean refugees. My mother believed it would be a better life for my sister than the one waiting back home.

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Charles H. Featherstone

Charles FeatherstoneWhile I looked up at the burning twin towers, life-changing words came to me that I suddenly heard inside my head.

   I’ve heard that Christians are made, not born. How true that is, I don’t know. My wife Jennifer, was born on a Thursday and baptized by her father, a Lutheran pastor, the following Sunday. She may not have been born a Christian; but she is about as close as one can get. For me, the path to the Christian faith has been far rockier.

   Both of my parents were raised as Lutherans; but my mother never had much use for religion. My father, who had taken his religion seriously, lost his faith in God’s goodness in the jungles of South Vietnam. 

My father hoped to make a career in the Army. So we moved a lot, five times during my first ten years. When he finally resigned his commission in 1977, we settled in a Southern California suburb.

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