This is the first in a series of posts intended to highlight the lives and work of our fellow Christians, our brothers and sisters, and what they are doing around the world.
Kelly Ann Evers is the founder of several charities providing support and assistance to victims of domestic violence and abuse in 82 countries around the world. A survivor of domestic abuse herself, Kelly has recently written a book sharing her experiences and which illustrates how others can follow the same steps toward complete emotional, physical and spiritual healing.
Kelly has kindly allowed me to interview her for the first in this series of posts intended to help us to get to know God’s global family better.
We should get to know our family better, for they are the Body of Christ itself!
We all like to receive news from our family, how they are feeling and what they are doing. This is especially the case if we do not live near to them. The Bible tells us that, as Christians, we are all sons and daughters of God, adopted into the same family.
We are all the brothers and sisters of each other, with God Himself as our Heavenly Father.
I have been thinking about the possible directions Looking Towards Home could take and, instead of focussing solely on my own thoughts and experiences, how about if this website shared more about the lives of other people in God’s family?
You can share your story here and these posts, which I’ll call Our Global Family, can be your part of Looking Towards Home, where you can let your family know what you are doing, how you are feeling, what needs you have and what has made you happy, sad, frustrated or exhilarated.
So, let’s reach out to each other. Let’s find out what our family is doing all around the world. Tell me your story and I’ll publish it and share it here.