We are living in a dysfunctional time. People are becoming more and more isolated, computers often replacing family, friends and neighbors. I would encourage you to push the off button, and step out of your comfort zone. See what can happen when you make the effort to again engage in face to face relationships.
In the story Annie's Creek, we see how God uses those who surround us to profoundly influence our lives. Sarah McAdams shares with us her story, the struggles, the joys and the sorrows. We see how God uses all of it, both the good and the bad to accomplish his purposes, and in the process, teaches Sarah what it means to walk with Him.
Sandra Park was born in Huntsville, Texas and raised in Houston, Texas. She graduated from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, where she was exposed to many tales of early Texas history and it's bigger than life heroes. Sandra is a wife, mother, grandmother, retired teacher and gardener. She and her husband, Clyde, have three grown children and six grandchildren. They make their home on thirty-six acres outside of Bedias, Texas.