Matters of Faith

By Chaplain (Lt.) Nashaunna Sanders
Navy Information and Operations Command Georgia

There was an elderly couple by the name of Sarah and Abram. She was 80 years old and he was 100. They had lived full lives together. They had permanently changed station, as it were, several times and lost touch with friends and family. They had a sign outside their home that said, “Home is wherever we are sent.” In all their years together, they had never had any children.

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