This first photo is of me (left), my grandmother Virginia (whose fruit bowl I discussed in my meditation), my grandfather Marvin, and my older sister Ann (who played the fruit-selecting game with me). This picture was taken in Indiana in the summer of 1970, around the time we played the fruit game. I was 6, and my sister was 9.
And below is a recent photo of me.
“As a child, I never thought I would be spreading the good news of God by being a translator of The Upper Room. Besides translating the daily devotion into Hungarian, my husband and I read The Upper Room nearly every day to our children as we eat breakfast together. I am absolutely convinced that this tiny book helps our family, friends, and others come closer to God through people's everyday experiences.”