In the rapids—but not beyond God's reach

A YEAR AGO last June, a friend offered to take me and my daughters Melissa and Mandy on a whitewater rafting trip on Idaho's Payette River.

At the launch site, the Payette was peaceful and wide. While our guide and oarsman explained the safety rules and the importance of respecting the river, I looked at the huge raft and was glad that I had some experience rafting—I'd done about ten trips on the Arkansas River in Colorado.

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