“When I closed my eyes (to sleep), would I open them up again?”
Eugene is joined by Naghmeh Panahi on the latest podcast episode. Growing up in Iran, Naghmeh has similar war-like scenarios that many Ukrainians are facing today.
She shares about the fear of losing her parents, being buried in rubble, and of not waking up in the morning. Nagmeh was robbed of the innocent joy of not having to worry. Children are sensitive to environmental pressures and should be allowed to laugh and play. However, waking up as a child to the sounds of bombs is a nightmare.
What are the lasting repercussions of this type of trauma? Listen to Naghmeh share about her experiences. These experiences are what has propelled her to be emphatic about what Jesus said in Luke 15:4: as believers, we need to be concerned with even one lost sheep.
You can find the full episode below: