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Yes

Travis and I are going through the Empowered to Connect Train the Trainer course with the goal of hosting classes for families that are going through the process of adoption or becoming foster parents.  The classes are designed to prepare … Continue reading

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Such a time as this.

Esther was beautiful.  So beautiful that she was chosen among all the beautiful virgins to be the Queen to King Ahasuerus.  But behind her beauty she hid a secret that could cost her her life.  Esther was a Jew.  Mordecai, … Continue reading

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Home is…

Our pastor is currently presenting a sermon series based off the parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32.)  Drawing from his insight into the parable he came up with 3 definitions of home. Home is… where you can be, or find, … Continue reading

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Suffering

Baby G was with us for less than a week but we all loved him from the moment we brought him home.  Bird and Jazz both cuddled him endlessly and when I looked for a chance to hold him Jazz … Continue reading

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Damaged: The Heartbreaking True Story of a Forgotten Child

Damaged: The Heartbreaking True Story of a Forgotten Child Cathy Glass Oh my. A book that you don’t want to read but you must. This is the true story of carer (foster parent) Cathy Glass and a foster child. This … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog

The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog By: Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD This book is a collection of smaller stories collected from the notes of Child psychiatrist Bruce D Perry.  When we first started the process of becoming licensed … Continue reading

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A look at tomorrow…

Heading into the new year, into an unknown amount of tomorrows, I look to the past.  I look to seemingly unrelated little things that shifted the entire outcome of my life. The stories I heard from my mum about working … Continue reading

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