“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” — Matthew 11:28

For 27 years she has served the Adams Rescue Mission with dedication and joy. One cannot be in Connie Keller’s presence long without feeling the warmth of God’s love in her big smile and twinkling eyes. She was reluctant to let me interview her for this little column. “It’s not about me,” she said. “It’s about the lives we see God changing through our work. We are just his instruments.” After some friendly arm-twisting, she consented to the interview since she is soon retiring from full-time service. Happily, she is continuing on a part-time basis to help with a smooth transition in family ministry.

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