Ice and Isolation: a Short Article

Author:
Eliot Kern
Date:
February 8, 2023
Type:

At the age of 22 Alex Gaffikin worked for 2 years in Antarctica as a meteorologist. In this discussion she reveals how she faced the loneliness of relentless darkness, and in the process learnt to lean on God, who meets us wherever we are.

"“I had really started to doubt everything,” she recalls. “I was actually questioning and challenging for the first time in my life, and I remember thinking, ‘What if there’s no God?’"

Image: Photo by Torsten Dederichs on Unsplash

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