Lindsay C. Cutshall
[09/09/81 - 08/15/04]

Lindsay & Jason
Jason S. Allen
[05/16/78 - 08/15/04]

♥ "The sun is going down on the horizon, and all I see is the beams shining on the cliff face, and I know that God is awesome. I look around and see His Creation all around me." --Lindsay ♥                                                                                 ♥ "As I stir this Mac & Cheese, I think to myself, what a wonderful life. I've just spent two awesome days with my fiance, Lindsay. Can life ever be so perfect? Only with a person who is so great. God gives me this privilege in life and He has given me a wonderful woman to enjoy it with." --Jason ♥                                                                                 ♥ "Live for things in heaven, not on earth." --Lindsay ♥                                                                                 ♥ "Heaven will be a wonderful place of no suffering, hurt, loneliness; it's a great thing to look forward to." --Lindsay ♥

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Magazine article...

Sonoma magazine recently published a well-written article about Jason & Lindsay's case. Next month it will be 10 years since their passing. :(

Here's a link to the current issue of the magazine online. The article starts on page 120. I also have a pdf copy of it here that you can download and print up for easier reading.

Thank you to Jeremy Hay for the hard work he put into this article. He put a great deal of time and effort into it and I am truly grateful.

Glory to God, as always! Please be praying for justice for Jason & Lindsay. Somebody out there knows something. I am praying their conscience is weighing on them. Also, please be praying for the upcoming "anniversary" of Jason & Lindsay's passing and the obvious emotional impact that it always has on these amazing families. Thank you & God bless!


Follow-up (08/04/2014):

This article was re-published in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat over the weekend. (Click here for the online version, although it is identical to the article in the magazine that I linked to above.)

I read in some of the comments that people wonder why Lindsay's dad would be overjoyed when he learned of their deaths. Make no mistake, Lindsay's dad was absolutely heartbroken that his daughter and her fiance had been killed, but in that first moment when he found out they had died (and they weren't tortured or had been in any distress), there was relief and he knew they were in heaven with Christ. The article does explain that, but I can understand how it would cause some confusion. As believers in Christ, we treasure the promise of heaven for those who have accepted His gift of Salvation, and it brings overwhelming peace, even in the face of death, that in heaven there is no more suffering or sorrow. It also brings joy because we know we will see them again someday! It takes the sting out of death. It does not eliminate sorrow, because losing someone you love is always devastating... but it does give us hope and joy for what is to come.


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