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LSC volunteer uses book to comfort children impacted by disasters

By July 24, 2020No Comments
A woman pages through a children's book while several children on a couch look at books as well.

Lutheran Services Carolinas (LSC) volunteer Joy Moore, a retired schoolteacher and wife of Lutheran pastor Greg Moore, traveled around Neeses, South Carolina recently reading a book called “Frogsicles from God” to children affected by recent tornadoes.

The book was written by Dr. Cathy Rosenbaum, who donated 15 copies to LSC’s Disaster Services team.

Lutheran Services Carolinas will continue reading and sharing the books with children around North and South Carolina that have been traumatized by disasters.

“My desire is to inspire others, especially children to learn more about health and healing,” said Rosenbaum, a pharmacist, author, and lifelong Lutheran. She also donated several copies of “Don’t Sweep it Under the Drug.”

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