This morning, we woke up bright and early to head out towards Zuma’s Rescue Ranch, a local organization that rescued mistreated horses and cares for them. With only four paid staff members, the organization relies heavily on volunteer support, so they were very thankful to have us help them muck paddocks and pastures, in addition to grooming horses.
After this, we headed back to Central Presbyterian to play bonding games before going to Casa Bonita for dinner, where divers entertained us while we ate.
Today, I saw the face of God in those at Zuma’s who have dedicated their lives to the mission that calls them. Their patience, love, and kindness inspired us all to follow our passion and serve God faithfully.
By Carolyn Ream