by Steve Cordle
All across the world people have watched with joy and wonder as the Chilean miners emerged from being trapped 2,300 ft. below ground for 69 days. Amidst the cheers and celebrations many knelt to give thanks upon their safe return.
That is fitting, because ever since the mine collapse, people have been praying for those miners to be rescued. Their families prayed. Their nation prayed. People around the world prayed. It was a natural response to the need of those men to be rescued.
How deeply does your group feel the need for the people they know to be rescued? How can you help spur that realization?