Meet Morgan

More Than Meets the Eye

By Deacon Dave Larrabee

I truly enjoy sharing the good news when I experience miracles taking place at the Lamb Center. Some of these miracles almost seem to take place in front of our eyes while others unfold over decades and seem to be full of false starts and setbacks. Morgan came to us after serving many years in prison because of a drunk driving accident when he was 19 years old that took someone’s life.

Morgan surrendered to the Lord while behind bars and he was deeply committed to sobriety when he first came through our doors. From the start, he was a regular at our Bible Studies and Alcoholic Anonymous meetings.

Before long, Morgan landed a job at a local grocery story and we saw him only occasionally. He has now advanced to a managerial position at another store. When I saw Morgan recently, I discovered that he is friends with the daughter of “his victim” and they sometimes go to AA meetings together. However, as it is written,

“‘What no eye has seen, what no ear has heard, and what no human mind has conceived’ – the things God has prepared for those who love him.” ~ 1 Corinthians 2:9

The names and photos have been changed to protect the dignity of those involved.

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