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A rescue, a barn raising, and redemption in New York

"A rescue, a barn raising, and redemption in New York" Continued...

Patrick Bellinger, one of the Stinson's non-Amish friends helping build the 1,200-square-foot structure, told reporters the events painted a picture of redemption.

“God took two bad things, a fire and an abduction, and he turned it upside down and made a good thing,” he said.

Sarah Padbury
Sarah Padbury

Sarah is a writer, editor, and adoption advocate. She is a graduate of the WORLD Journalism Institute's mid-career course. Sarah and her husband live with their six teenagers in Castle Rock, Colo.


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