The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Lost are found

Sudanese teens find new home in New England

Pamela Goloskie lived a fairly quiet life in the Boston suburbs, commuting to her job as a database administrator in the city. If the single 37-year-old didn't feel like cooking, she'd get take-out on the way home. On Thursday nights she'd tune in to ER. Otherwise she'd enjoy a quiet evening nursing a cup of tea, curled up with her dog, Alexandria.

All that changed Dec. 21 when she met Rebecca, Helen and John, three Sudanese siblings she agreed to foster parent as part of the Lutheran Social Services of New England's Unaccompanied Refugee Minor Program.

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