One Sister's Journey...
Photo taken at the Ride for Missing Children 2013 by Nancy Zumpano Photography ~ used with permission
I was going to write about the impact the statistics had on me yet decided not to. Only 3% of abductions of children are non-family. The Heidi Search Center of San Antonio, Texas, sent a search and rescue expert to help us find my sister, Heidi M Allen. Our Heidi, was one of their 3% not recovered or found. Heidi disappeared on April third, another three.
Something to ponder...on a happier note, let this year's Ride for Missing Children commence with much success and keep our children safe...one child at a time. Will you join us in praying for good weather, safe travels, endurance, strength, and whatever God places on your heart.
A special thanks to the over 500 cyclists, the hundreds of volunteers, family members, and all involved in making this such a powerful and encouraging weekend that helps the families of the missing throughout the year. To the communities and law enforcement and rescue personnel, thank you for your hospitality and love.
Please leave a comment of hope for the riders, volunteers, and families of the missing - who knows when your words might be the encouragement someone needs...
Lisa M Buske
P.O. Box 323
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Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey *
When the Waves Subside: There is Hope *
Encourage Others: One Day at a Time
No More Pain: I Can Fly *
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