Helping children through a crisis

A childlike understanding of God's care can do wonders for children—and adults!

How long is fifteen seconds? Not long enough when you're visiting a friend or gazing at a beautiful sunset. But an eternity (or so it may seem) when the floor beneath you begins to rock violently.

So I discovered recently when I found myself in the midst of an earthquake with three small grandchildren, one a babe in arms, and two adult helpers—the children's nanny and her sister. We had just said goodbye to my daughter and son-in-law as they drove off to a World Series baseball game.

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