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PHILLIPS CRAIG DEAN-GREAT ARE YOU LORD
i dont understand this process
thank u u will be in my prayers too
Please pray for Alan and his wife Sharon he's fighting lung cancer and he's giving up please lord pray for these lovely caring people
I just want you to know that I will be praying for you and I will be praying that through all of this you will hold on to gods hand and never let go.
Dear Denise, I just want you to know that i will be praying for you and your family. I understand what you are going through. The samething happened to me but I did not have any kids at the time. God will show you the way and he will be with you through all of this.
hurry back - we miss you!
Bill, Am sorry for your heartache. Praise the Lord for lifting your depression! Have been in a very similar situation, and would have welcomed someone praying for me! I will keep you in my prayers for there to be healing for your family.
May the Lord watch over you and your family during these trying times. Remain faithful and He will deliver you from all obstacles this life presents. God bless you.
prayers are with you and Levi. My nephew has NF also and I know how scary the tests can be. keep your faith in God and know that Levi is in his hands :)
praying with you for the healing hand of God to be with mother ad child at this difficult time.
Totally digging how all encompassing the new web page is!!! SOS Radio ROCKS for God!! Love you guys!!
I believe you have to go into the office for the help, so if you can get there. YES.
Is this resume help available to out-of-staters?
We're praying, Abby!
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read a passage from the bible every day, even if its a song you sing while they are busy believe me there soul hears it just say it out loud, remember gods word never comes back void and songs are prayer. iam doing this teen thing for the second time around and im learning from my mistakes from the first time
I saw you ask this on FB and as the mother of a 16 year old boy I really had nothing. Nothing.
It's like when I became a new parent and all of these folks came out of the woodwork and told me what I could expect and often times while some were right, many were wrong. No one experience is the same as another.
Here are the three things that I have had to learn (my rules so written from my perspective):
1) Always give him a safe place to share how they feel and seek to understand how they got there.
2) His life experience is not a replacement for what I missed out on. I can inform him on how I felt about missing prom or sports but ultimately, his choices are his.
3) At the end of the day, he just wants to be loved. For as much as I have talked to him about his behavior, his grades or the fact that I have had to remind him to clean his room for the 1,000th time I need to tell him (and show him) that I love him even more!
Good luck... always ask for help... and know that you have a ton of folks praying for this new journey in your life!