The journey that began as a pleasure trip to Mexico would have been a tragedy if it had not become an encounter with the Holy along the way. Follow the author as she overcomes a debilitating accident and journey onward to rearrange her life for ministry and service. Through valley and mountaintop experiences, her journey inspires any with tormented spirits, wounded hearts, loss of limb, a loss of trust in people, or a need to change.
-Prof. Tom Mullen
Flora spares no details about the accident, her reactions to it, or the reactions of others. Delightful are pages in which she tells in quick sentences how she learned to arrange the house, reorganize her desk, and play the piano with only her left hand.
-Pres. Gene Roop
Flora uses her wounds not as an easily justifiable spring of bitterness, but as a sweet, healing balm for others. Anyone can read her story, and realize that we are all, at some point, wounded travelers, and that our wounds are meant to be a source of healing for other pilgrims.
-Director William Field