A Few of Strong Sisters of Faith celebrating Sis. Jeannette's Birthday.
Administrator of SSOF
Support Ministry for Families of Homicide Victims
On a Personal Note:
Death of a loved one can be very difficult to cope with, especially if it is completely sudden, as in the case of my son's death- a homicide. There is an array of emotions that is often seen , ranging from anger, fear , confusion ,shock, anxiety, numbness, panic attacks etc. These are all normal reactions, and will make some days more difficult, dark, and dismal to get through. When you don’t feel you have the strength to go on with your life, God’s grace is sufficient. He will sustain you , when no one or nothing else can. Allow Him to carry the burden – there are some things that are just too big for us to handle on our own. We cannot as mothers (and fathers) get through the loss of a child and keep our sanity without God’s help.
On a Professional Note:
Yvonne has been certified as a victim advocate, by the Office for Victims of Crime Training Technical Assistance Center. She provides peer and community support to families of homicide victims in reconstructing their lives and developing something positive out of their tragedy. Yvonne knows just how important talking one-on-one with a person who has had a loved one murdered, helps them in their grieving process .We will accompany you and your family to court and provide emotional support to help you navigate through the crisis . If you live in or near the Philadelphia area you may contact our Hotline.
Congrats to Yvonne Tobler Kato
Kali Norcott RN
Women's Health Director
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Dr Kathleen Cosby-Tabb
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Psalm 20:7 “Some trust in chariots, and some in horses: but we will remember the name
of the Lord our God.
Who hears the cries of the distraught woman drowning in her own tears?
Who comes to her rescue when life isn’t feeling so fair? Were you there?
Wrestling with the struggle to resist giving in
Many times the fight is within.
So who holds her hand?
Some trust in chariots just a ceremonial ride to life’s end, flashy and fast just a reflection of men.
Some have great faith in horses as if a stallion could heal your pain any faster.
Who feels the tears of the distraught woman brought down and fallen?
Who comes to her aid? Did you even hear her calling?
She will rise, most blessed and highly favored for she has placed her trust in the Lord our God and Savior.