As I’ve gotten older, the awareness of my mortality and the ridiculousness of this tin machine in unpredictable skies has only served to increase my wariness. I am acutely aware of my need for security in something, in Someone, greater than myself and this flying metal contraption.
Marcy Pusey is a clinical counselor, writer, wife, and mommy living the serendipitous moments of God’s divine intentions. Over the last sixteen years, she has worked in private practices, group homes, foster family agencies, community based services, and wrap-around programs. Marcy’s writing has appeared in newspapers, magazines, blog posts, children’s books, and books for adults. She is the author of the best-selling book, Reclaiming Hope: Overcoming the Challenges of Parenting Foster and Adoptive Children. Marcy, her husband, and their four children (two of whom are adopted through foster care) serve as missionaries in the Black Forest of Germany. She is passionate about offering hope and encouragement to others.