Quilts in Burundi: The Unending God Story Goes On

For many years my personal ministry has been to make quilts for people in hard places—divorce, terminal illness, or depression. The Lord prompts me who should receive the quilt. I pray for that person while stitching. As I give the quilt, I say, “As you wrap up in this quilt, may you feel God’s arms around you in love, comfort, and peace.” Reports back have affirmed that this really happens. Healing takes place in my life in the giving, and also in the life and heart of the recipient. The Stone Soup Quilting Ministry of North🔒

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Carolann Palmer is a member of North Seattle (Wash.) Friends Church. She and Patty Federighi, also of the church, are recipients of Susan Bax grants for women traveling in the ministry, administered by FWCC.

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