I don't have the energy for any details. I don't have the time for any details. But there are going to be some BIG changes coming to our household very soon. In the next few days we will go from a family of 4 to a family of 7 as a friend of ours and her two boys will be coming to stay with us for a while. All of your prayers are coveted, as it's a seriously serious situation. Pray for easy transition for all of the kids. Pray for safety for all parties involved. Pray for peace and security for my sweet friend. Pray that my husband and I can be who we need to be in this, that God may get all the glory from an ugly situation. Pray that we'll have the right words to say, and that we'll know when not to say a word. I know I've been kinda absent lately, but things have been crazy, to say the very least. But I thank you all so much for hangin in there with me. I've been sick for the last week with a migraine. Entirely too much stress in my life. I know this situation isn't making things better, but I LOVE that we get to be in this position to help someone, like we were helped all those years ago when we were first starting out. I LOVE that we get to be the help that so many women desperately need and never get. I'm so thankful we're in a position to help. Pray that God gets the glory. Oh yeah, and please continue to pray for Kate, Stellan, and The Thompson Family. Love to all.

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  1. Katie Says:

    oh my goodness....good luck...! you can do it. He will give you strength...

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