In a word, finally!
Say what you will about the ideology, theology and morality of those at YFZ Ranch, but what’s important is the rights of these children. Look at the picture… and, uh, ignore the lack of retro style and make up.
But Peaches & Herb were on to something when they penned these classic words, “Reunited and it feels so good.”
As Dr. Phil says consistently, “The children don’t have a voice.” In this case, they certainly did not. But thanks to a great big pair of scissors to cut through the red tape, their words have sound and – like it or not – they are home.
“It’s just [sic] great day,” said Nancy Dockstader, whose chin quivered and eyes filled with tears as she embraced her daughter, Amy, 9. “We’re so grateful.”
A stain on the annals of faith in this nation (because by and large, unsaved people don’t understand the difference), but God will use this to wake people up as well. Who knows, maybe this proud mama will realize home isn’t necessarily where you hang your hat, but rather where you hat is kept safe.
Now if only a prank phone call would come in to the Texas Rangers about the perverted men only. If only…