“Take four people and drop them into an itty-bitty 1954-vintage motel room with bunk beds on terrazzo floors for a year. Call it a recipe for hope.
“It’s brought us together as a family,” said Molina Steffey, 45, who survived a heart attack this year. “But trust me, we can get cranky around here.”
Ya think? Steffey and her three daughters are residents of the Samaritan Inn…”
This is just the beginning of an amazing article written by the Orlando Sentinel about one of the families of our Samaritan Inn! To read more, click here!
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