The following was written by a North American church person and friend of Sojourners who was working with Salvadoran refugees in Honduras in the early 1980s.
All day long we were fleeing. We ran seeking the ravines. We brought all of the injured from the other villages; there were many. The largest number were women and little children.
Reading Romans 8:26-39 in a small group recently, I was struck most by the last four verses:
Month after month in "Euclid Street Journal" we have shared bits and pieces of our lives as a community. We have told about our hopes, dreams, and successes.