Dear Gribicks, You may not remember me, but my mom, Beverly Kern was Meredith's sixth grade teacher. We were THRILLED to pull up this site and hear how God has moved and worked in your lives. It is especially encouraging as, in January, my mom was diagnosed with metastatic adenocarcinoma of unknown primary. She has already undergone 29 radiation treatments and 5 rounds of chemo. She has claimed Isaiah 43:2. We would not have chosen this valley, but we would not trade the peace we have come to know for anything. God bless!!
Dear Gribicks, You may not remember me, but my mom, Beverly Kern was Meredith's sixth grade teacher. We were THRILLED to pull up this site and hear how God has moved and worked in your lives. It is especially encouraging as, in January, my mom was diagnosed with metastatic adenocarcinoma of unknown primary. She has already undergone 29 radiation treatments and 5 rounds of chemo. She has claimed Isaiah 43:2. We would not have chosen this valley, but we would not trade the peace we have come to know for anything. God bless!! Bonnie Rawson
I pray for all your souls the ones who got killed and injured in all colleges shooting.I pray for peace and harmony and tranquel.We should all follow the riht path for Jeseus and get immersre in water and get baptize for the salvation and joined a Church of Christ Church and you will be saved. My name is R.A.P thats my intials for my name
I am a flight attendant for American Eagle and had the most amazing family on my flight the other day. They had 2 girls that had special needs one being more severe than the other...I was so impressed with the parents..I think people with completely healthy children take so much for granted, I helped as much as I could to make their flight enjoyable..but their everyday life is such a struggle, I pray that they receive some kind of special gift in any way that God decides is best for them...I am a better person for having them on my flight..God Bless everyone. hugs Debby
*sigh* I'd been corresponding with my son's teacher who informed me he's in danger of failing. He's 16. My husband left 2 years ago and it's been rough. Lost the house in foreclosure. Lost half of our stuff that I couldn't get moved out in time. Was homeless for a short period. Still can't pay all my bills. Had to replace the engine on the van. Then the brakes. Son has been struggling with school for a long time. No money for a phone or tv or even internet so he can do homework research let alone any fun stuff. His father has been a bit absentee. No child support. No money for food a lot of time. My parents have paid for a lot of stuff. As I was responding again to his teacher, I saw the email from this site about Jinnie's testimony. And I took a few minutes out of my work day to surf the site. And while it hasn't fixed his grades or our finances or the issues I'm struggling with personally like procrastination, disorganization and the like, it reminded me of the most important thing and that is that God is there for us. He's always there always watching always helping. Thank you for this site. It's a blessing in more ways than you might ever know. P.A.B.
Dear Cliff, We are having Evangelist Tom Williams this weekend. Just an update. Mrs. Pam Williams passed away last Nov. Dr. Williams is now remarried. You may want to update his article on your site. His new website is www.twwm1.com His new wife is Jeannine. They will be with us to celebrate our 24th anniversary! Can you believe it. You were here for the first service 24 years ago. May God bless you and the family. Delighted to Serve, Scott & Jodie Wendal
Chas Jones wrote: I found your web site quite providentially. Doing an internet search for the phrase "No Tears In Heaven," I found your site. Several years ago my mother (whom I had lived with until our roles reversed and she then lived with me) was taken ill. Following 2 weeks in the hospital mom was able to be released but could not return to our home as her short-term memory was so impaired it would be dangerous for her to be home alone while I was at work. Mom had to be relocated to an adult care facility (nursing home). This past November 8th mom was called home. I remembered upon her passing my first thought when I learned mom would spend her last year's in a nursing home..."Why God, why have you allowed this to happen?" Mom and I were so much more than a close mother & son. Mom was my best friend, she who gave me life and love all of our days together. Only after God had called mom home did I understand why the last several year's had unfolded as they had. God knew what I did not...had mother passed suddenly when rushed to the hospital...I would not have survived. I needed time and some separation to come to grips with losing mother. I am as certain as I am that I am sitting here typing this, that grief, pain, guilt and loss would have resulted in my death. God wasn't finished with me back then. And I believe He isn't finished with me yet either. He carried me in His arms these past several years until I was finally strong enough to again walk beside Him. Your ministry and web content have been a great Blessing to me. I wanted to share my thoughts and thanks with you. You and your son will remain in my prayers. May God continue to Bless us all abundantly, Chas Jones Columbus, OH 43220 email@example.com
It was wonderful to meet you and your family in Kentucky! Thank you for your encouragement. Sincerely, Kimberly SommerdorfForm Results Inserted Here