Hi Reader,

If you missed last week’s podcast episode #215 you can listen to it when you click here.

I read from a section of my book, THEM about a conversation I had with my mother that began was I was ten years old, and that took 30 years to complete. It had to do with getting information from her to help me track down my birth father.

Some people will think, “Why bother? It’s in the past and it’s not going to change anything.”

I wish it was that simple. Historian David McCullough describes it like this,

“How can we know who we are and where we are going if we don't know anything about where we have come from and what we have been through, the courage shown, the costs paid, to be where we are? “

To hear the story, click here.

Until next week, I wish you all the joy that you can wish.*

John Certalic

You Were Made for This is the podcast sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry.

* The Merchant of Venice, Act III, scene 2