The power of parents and their loveRich Stigall
Whether you like NPR or not, this eight-minute story about the life of Izidor Ruckor, a Romanian orphan, contains two great truths. The first is that parents matter. In an instant and outsourcing society, there is no substitute for parents who personally and sacrificially invest in the lives of children. The second takeaway is, regardless of your past and pain, no one is beyond the redemptive power of love.
Find a quiet window in your day and listen to a secular radio station weave a tale of eternal truth. It crosses the sacred just after the seven-minute mark. While NPR might not use those exact words, we’re grateful they gave a platform for Izidor to share his story highlighting the power of parents and their love.
Thank you for loving children who need family with us here at GO!