Thursday, May 29, 2008

Women teaching Women

Good Morning all,
The sun is shining, for two days in a row; must be a record! And, it's supposed to get to the 70's.
Years ago when Chuck and I were introduced to discipleship/mentoring, we realized that the process was what had been missing in our spiritual growth.
After a few years of being Christians, our pastor had good material and showed us how to use it. Chuck and I started to disciple people and in the process were discipled! The information filled in gapes that we had and gave us a structured, systematic what of studying the Word.
Today's scripture shows that the principle of discipleship for women is set forth by the Lord in Titus 2:3-5 and in Acts 18:26. I won't write out the Titus passage, so please look at it and
Acts 18:26. Then, come and join me....
In Titus we see clearly that older women are to teach younger. When I was younger I would have loved for an older woman to come along side of me and teach me the principles of being a godly Christian wife and mother. I think it would have saved me from so much heartache and mistakes as I fumbled my way through those years.
I devoured the Word and the Lord taught me with my daily prayers: "Lord, teach me to be a good wife and mother." He did in many ways, but I know that the process could have been smoother and shorter with a godly woman guiding me.
I wasn't too proud to ask, I just didn't know that I should, or could. And, except for our pastor's wife, at that time, there wasn't anyone in the early years that was mature spiritually to come along side of me. Most of the women I knew were baby Christians like me.
If you think that discipleship is for someone else, please rethink that. Also, you can be a great help to a young mom who needs to grow in every way. I didn't have a godly mother to guide me and I needed a Christian woman to help, but didn't get it. I think that's part of what drives me with a passion to disciple women.
In Acts 18:26 we see Priscilla teaching with her husband. I think this is the model for women teaching along side husbands as men are being taught. I also think that there needs to be women in the class too. A woman should NOT teach men alone. Chuck and I have taught together a few times and we've seen how we balance each other out. I can't relate to men like Chuck can and vice versa.
In this case, Apollos was invited to Aquila and Priscilla's home and instructed. He had some really good information, but they helped him to understand everything because they had been instructed by the Apostle Paul.
If you read further you'll see that Apollos went on to Achaia, taught and debated vigorously. He had been trained well and could explain well. Discipleship works ladies.

Mentoring always,

Wednesday, May 28, 2008


Lynn and Jason are having twins! Please pray that everything will be well for them. She's almost 8 weeks now and after losing a baby last fall, that's always in their minds with this pregnancy. Chuck's dad was a twin, but no one else in either side of our families has had twins. We're excited to say the least.
Today we'll look at women ministering to the poor in practical ways. Acts 9:36: "In Joppa there was a disciple named Tabitha (which, when translated, is Dorcas), who was always doing good and helping the poor."
If you read the rest of the chapter you'll see that Dorcas got sick and died. The other disciples went and got Peter and he prayed. She came back to life. The people gathered there showed Peter all the things Dorcas had made and their grief was great. Thankfully the Lord healed her and she was able to continue with her work.
When I think about how the Lord has used the church to meet the needs of people through the free Friday giveaway, I know that the Lord is still in the process of meeting peoples needs through us, the church.
He calls us to help the needy, whether it's with clothing, food, babysitting, visits, Bibles or cash, we are called to carry out His work. He has blessed the work and will continue to call and bless. Women, who are nurturers see the needs more quickly then men and so I think that doing things like Dorcas did is how the Lord uses women in a unique way.
Thank you ladies and gentlemen for meeting the needs of others as the Lord has called you to serve. You might not think what you do is of any significance, but trust me, it is. The Lord sees what you do and is 'crediting it to your account'.

Cheering you on,

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Belief and persecution

Hello Ladies and anyone else who's reading,
A long, but good weekend. We saw Lynn, Jason and Nate on Saturday and had a good visit. Chuck and Jason got some guy time in doing repair on the lawn mower. Nate was in rare form, as usual, and Lynn past the trauma that dictated their life for two and a half days. She's seeing her Ob. doctor today for an ultrasound on the baby.
I went to Josh's yesterday for a picnic. They had a nice group and as usual, wonderful food. Tiffani has the gift of hostessing; Josh grills a mean burger, be it beef or chicken. The kids had tons of fun and found a mud puddle (they made it happen) to wallow in.
I trust you are all well and that the Lord has given you blessings till they come out your ears :))).
Today's scripture is from Acts 5:14: "Nevertheless, more and more men and women believed in the Lord and were added to their number. " The Apostles were healing people and many were trusting Christ as Savior, including women.
Acts 8:12: "But when they believed Philip as he preached the good news of the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus Christ, they were baptized, both men and women. " After salvation was baptism. There are churches/denominations that teach that a person doesn't have to be baptized. There are others that teach that salvation comes through baptism. As you can see, these verses state clearly the correct order and that baptism was a part of the new Christian's experience.
In Acts 9 we find Saul (Paul) persecuting men and women (9:2). This is the chapter that records his conversion and is worth the time to read about.
The last is 17:4,12. Here Saul is now Paul and he and Silas taught Christ and they were joined to a large number of God-fearing Greeks and not a few prominent women. It wasn't just Christ's group that had women working along side the men, but the apostles too. In verse 12 it says: Many of the Jews believed, as did also a number of prominent Greek women and many Greek men.
Paul's main ministry was to the Gentiles, so as you can see, Greek people were hearing his message and believing in Christ. It wasn't just men that were being saved, or just men doing ministry.
Some denominations won't let women have a primary role in ministry, but obviously women were playing an important role in the beginning church. The Jews thought women were property and not worth even going to school past a certain point. But here we see women being honored with giving them the information so they could gain the way, the truth and the life.
All of these scriptures are to set up other topics about the role women play in ministry. Shortly we'll see about their history in various stages.
You are important in the work you do for the Lord and you need to keep up the good work as the Lord uses the gifts He's given you.

Serving Him,

Friday, May 23, 2008

New Testament Women

Thanks for praying for Lynn. She just got home and they think her rapid heart beat was triggered by a mix of medicines not agreeing with each other. We'll see. The baby is fine and she's tired. We're going to go and see them tomorrow.
We're ready to move on to the N.T. for women and the role they play in ministry. Acts 1:14: "They all joined together constantly in prayer, along with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brothers."
Jesus showed us such a wonderful example of how women were a strong part of His ministry on earth. Women did more than take care of the physical needs of Him and the other men. They prayed and we all know that women are great prayer warriors. They sat at the feet of Jesus and learned and I'm sure when they could, they shared with the women that gathered to hear Jesus. Women, mentoring women (Titus 2).
God delights to have women grow in their knowledge, wisdom and understanding of Him. We need to search for those very things as if they were gold (Proverbs 16:16).
I don't know if all men are the same, but Chuck has a tendency to loose his keys. Today when we got home he discovered that he left his truck keys, in his truck. He did this one other time and of course he has to go and get them. The truck is locked (he has two sets), but he couldn't leave the keys there. He searched and found because it was extremely important.
Do you search scritpure for answers to problems? Do you seek God and His will as if it were gold? Actually His Word is better than gold, it's life! Seek and you will find and He will bless you with wisdom, knowledge and understanding.


Thursday, May 22, 2008

Wise women

Yesterday was a zoo, so I didn't blog; sorry. Today I'm home and today the computer chair and I will get to know each other very well.
First a note: Lynn is in the hospital with rapid heart beat. They say the baby is ok, but they're bringing in Lynn's ob/gyn to check everything out. They haven't gotten the heart rate settled yet, but feel that they will, soon. So, she's in the hospital and has a room now. I would appreciate all of your prayers and I'll let you know when I know.
This is one of those times when knowing that our God is Sovereign brings so much peace. The peace that passes all understanding is with me as I trust Him, for everything.
Monday we looked at Miriam, the prophetess and today we'll look at Abigail. Abigail was married to Nabal and he was basically a nasty idiot. David had been protecting this wealthy farmer from bad guys, but Nabal didn't want to give David any food or payment.
Abigail realized that David and men could kill them all and she prepared food and took it to David/men as they were coming to deal with Nabal. 1 Samuel 25:3 says that Abigail was 'an intelligent and beautiful woman' and she used her head to keep others alive. God used her to prevent a massacre. She also didn't tell her husband.
Keeping things from our husbands isn't the right thing to do, but sometimes it's warranted, such as this time. Nabal would have prevented her from going and God was pushing her on. Nabal was a wicked man (vs. 25) and she kept his actions from destroying many people.
Long story short (you really should read the chapter) David didn't kill anyone as Abigail pleaded with David and fed everyone (men do better thinking on a full stomach, ladies!!). God killed Nabal (vs. 38) and David married Abigail; he knew a good thing when he saw it! Abigail used her intelligence to prevent a disaster; God used her.
Is God using you for His glory? Are you willing to step out and be obedient, even if you can't see the outcome, but trust God for it? Do you use your God given intelligence to make wise choices? Do you trust Him to work in and through you, in all circumstances?

Trying to be a wise woman,

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Prophetess Miriam

Good Morning,
As I'm writing, I'm reminded that Clarence Crowder is having surgery this morning and he and Loretta need our prayers. An update on my friend Jean is that she's home recovering. She still has a long recovery ahead of her, but I want to thank you for praying for her. Because of the extreme damage to her pancreas, she is now diabetic.
There's a Titus 2 potluck at church tonight that I'm going to go to. They have one a month. It includes a devotional, craft and of course, food. I'm hoping to meet more women. I need to start developing friendships. I'm so glad that I'm only a phone call away from most of you dear friends!
In today's world, we don't hear about someone being a prophetess, but in the O.T. there were a few. Miriam, Moses' sister was one (Exodus 15:20-21); also Huldah (2 Kings 22:14). After you've read these passages, please join me.....
Miriam lead worship. Huldah had people go to her, to consult the Lord concerning the book of the Law they had discovered. If you read chapter 22 you'll get the whole picture. God's judgment was on them for past sins.
For Miriam, she led the people in worship after the victory over the Egyptians. She also had authority because God spoke through her (Numbers 12:1-6). God used both Miriam and Aaron as prophets, speaking to them in dreams and visions. Micah also reports that Miriam was sent by God to lead Israel (Micah 6:4) (foot note from my Bible).
What I see is that God uses women to accomplish His work, just as He uses men. Miriam wasn't perfect (God gave her leprosy because she opposed Moses' marriage to an Ethiopian woman-she judged wrongly).
It never says in scripture that Miriam or Huldah asked to prophetesses. God does the choosing, not us. And, how does this apply today? Does God have prophetesses today? I think in a modified way He does.
Ask Betty about the Lord giving her a message for a pastor in a church they visited and how that message came true. Keep in mind that all prophetic messages have to come true to be from the Lord (Deuteronomy 18:22). Or ask Nette about how the Lord speaks to her through very specific visions.
The Lord uses women for His good purpose. Are you ready to be used by Him, in whatever way He wants? Even if it takes you out of your comfort zone? Is your will ready to surrender to Him and then wait and see what He will do through you? The key is to be obedient, surrender, listen and act.


Monday, May 19, 2008

Hannah's prayer

Another week and the weekend went by quickly. I went to an art fair with Tiffani on Saturday and it was great. So many artists from around the country. She and I share a love of all things artistic (she's a potter). I splurged and bought some earrings.
Chuck was actually able to go to church and Sunday school with me yesterday! We had lunch, I walked Tucker then he headed out. I was a happy camper :))).
When I looked at the scripture for today, I'm reminded of friends over the years that wanted children and had a hard time conceiving, or like Lynn miscarried. So, Hannah's prayer speaks for many women through all walks of life. Please read 1 Samuel 1:9-18 and join me.....
One of the first things that stands out to me is Hannah's anguish. She wants a baby so badly. In Jewish culture, having a child meant that you had the Lord's favor and blessing. You can imagine what not having one meant. The whole society would count the woman as a second class citizen and wonder what sin she had. This was because it's God who opens and shuts wombs.
Nowadays we know that body chemistry plays into conception, or not. Our Lynn's progesterone level was really low and that's why she miscarried. Now, after proper supplements, she's doing really well.
Back to Hannah. She's praying fervently and Eli, the head priest sees her and thinks she's drunk! What's with that? We can't know how these things worked back then, but note that she was praying directly to God.
After she and Eli get the facts straight, Eli then blesses her with "go in peace, and may the God of Israel grant you what you have asked of Him." Eli believed Hannah. He could see her anguish and fervent need from the Lord.
Also note that she went away, ate and wasn't downcast anymore. She believed/ trusted that God would answer her prayer with a baby and that gave her peace where before was a storm of emotions.
If you read verses 19-20 you see that Hannah does conceive and Samuel is born, taking away Hannah's disgrace among the Israelites. I really like the story of Samuel and you will too, so just keep reading and enjoy what the Lord does through this woman who went to God with her request, trusted and saw the fruit.
Can you imagine when Samuel became a priest and was used so mightily by God? I don't know if Hannah got to see this. Also, she weaned him (age 4-5) and gave him to the Lord (what a sacrifice!). That meant that he went to the temple and was raised by the priests, specifically Eli. Eli was a horrible father to his own sons (2:12-36), but he did really well with Samuel. That's what happens when the Lord is in control, to accomplish His good purposes.
What is obvious from this is that we can go directly to God with our requests and that He answers them, according to His good purpose. He delights to give us good things, but we need to be obedient and trust.

Trusting Him,

Friday, May 16, 2008


Greetings on this sunny morning,
I hope you are all well. I talked with Betty and she caught me up "on things". Always glad to hear how you all are doing. Chuck comes home today! He's meeting with a man who's a business leader in the community to get some idea's and possible make some connections. Please pray. Thanks!!
In today's blog, there are two scripture references, so I'm going to profile one today and another next week. Today's is Genesis 16:7-13. Please read the whole chapter and join me.....
This is a really sticky time in Abram and Sarai's life. In order to get the whole story, you really need to go back a couple of chapters. Basically, after Sarai gave Hagar to Abram to bear a child, Hagar then acquired an attitude. Sarai then blamed Abram and he wimped out and told Sarai to do with Hagar as she pleased. Thus, we find Hagar in the wilderness and the angel of the LORD talking with her.
Notice that the angel doesn't ask Hagar why she's running away. Also notice that the angel of the LORD tells her:"I will increase your descendants". From past teaching I've learned that when you see the phrase: angel of the LORD (LORD all in caps) it's talking about Jesus, the pre incarnate Jesus.
He knows why she's running away. Only He can increase her descendants. But, what needs to be noticed here is that she talks with Him directly. She didn't have to use a priest, Abram or some other way. It was direct. We have this same privilege today. We can talk with God anytime that we want. He desires it, longs for it, covets it.
Also notice that He answers her prayer, even though she didn't ask for anything. But what's wonderful is that she knows who God is. Obviously when Abram shared about his fellowship/relationship with God, Hagar was listening.
The Arab nation today began with Ismael. Notice that in verses 11-12 that his would always be a waring nation, just as we see today. So, when people pray for peace between the Arab's and the Jews, it will never be, here on earth that is.
For any Arab and/or Jew that trusts Christ as Savior, they will have peace together for eternity. Isn't that wonderful? NO war in eternity, just God's wonderful all abiding peace. Can't wait! The earth is groaning, can you hear it?

Listening to Him,

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Oh boy!

When I looked at the references for today, all I could think was: Oh boy! The pastor was stretching this one just a little. His first scripture was Exodus 33:8 and it doesn't mention women in particular. So I looked at 1 Sam. 2:22 and it says: "Now Eli, who was very old, heard about everything his sons were doing to all Israel and how they slept with the women who served at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting."
Basically, Eli's sons, who were priests were corrupt and immoral. God basically zapped the two sons for their sins as an example to others. Eli, who was such a servant of God, was a horrible father. If you read all of the chapter you'll see some pretty gooey stuff.
Anyway, the boys slept with women who served at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. There women were NOT temple prostitutes. It doesn't say what their duties were, but I doubt sleeping with a priest was on the daily program. Whether they were forced or not, it again doesn't say. That type of thing is called "silence of the scripture".
So, how do I get some application out of this? Only the Lord knows !:))). I guess that we can't compromise our morals/ethics no matter who's in authority over us.
God calls women to serve, but we are not to be a "door mat". I say that tongue in cheek because these ladies served at the entrance. My guess is that their job was important. God uses people to accomplish His program, even using women.

Willing to serve Him,

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Nest in a Mailbox

Good Morning,
I trust the Lord gave you all a good night of sleep. It's hard to get through a day without proper sleep at night. Foggy brains clog the senses and make for some weird thoughts :). I had a good night of sleep....:))).
Yesterday when we were walking, I noticed in a mailbox, in the paper delivery area, a birds nest. When God's creatures need to procreate, they will use anything they can for a nest area. They are so driven. We had robins wanting to nest on top of our light by our front steps. I discouraged the mess by putting duck tape on top and it worked. They went to the neighbor instead and now their area is a total mess.
Do we, like birds, find something in us so strong that drives us to God? Are we 'nesting' in His care? Just a thought.
Today we'll concentrate on Deuteronomy 31:12 and Nehemiah 8:2. "Assemble the people-men, women and children, and the aliens living in your towns-so they can listen and learn to fear the Lord your God and follow carefully all the words of this law." "So on the first day of the seventh month Ezra the priest brought the Law before the assembly, which was made up of men and women and all who were able to understand."
The point I want to make here is that women were required to hear the Word of the Lord. They were NOT excluded from the temple/spiritual gathering. God sees us (women) as a very pertinent part of His work. He wants us to be partners with Him and our husbands/families in serving Him. I think that this is a high calling because it comes directly from the Lord.
If you've ever thought about how the Lord could use you, first understand that you are called to serve. Secondly try new types of service if you aren't already involved in something that you enjoy. If you try something, but it doesn't delight your heart, you haven't failed, it's just not where the Lord wants you. Look to the desires of your heart and what you enjoy doing.
Not everyone has a prominent talent or gift. Many of us can do many different things. When I was younger I was obsessed with wanting to do something, anything, really well. I found that I could do many things, but just in a mediocre way. I called myself a 'jack of all trades'. But, the longing was still there.
It wasn't until I became a Christian that I understood that not everyone will play the piano like Dino, or paint like Michael Angelo or write like Charles Dickens. It's okay to be a 'jack of all trades'. But, find what you enjoy and do it, because that's where the Lord wants to use your talent.
As I've used my 'talent', God has developed it and I've found that being a teacher is my hearts desire. Not a teacher in a school, but of His Word. But, it takes lots of hard work. He started me as a teacher of children where I learned the stories of the Bible with application geared toward 5th and 6th graders; perfect for my lack of Bible knowledge.
Then He moved me on to bigger things as I studied and applied. I'm still studying and applying. You all benefit from this. If you don't know your talent(s) or gift(s), ask the Lord to show you. Ask Him to show you your hearts desire, or to give you one. But, be prepared to have Him ask you to do something with it(them).
Are you ready? Are you seeking His will in this area? What will you do with what He shows you. Also, being obedient is the prerequisite for Him to work. Carefully look at your heart/will/mind and see if you are in His will, according to scripture. Then, you will find that He is more than willing to show you your hearts desire.

Ready and willing,

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Women in Ministry

Hope you are all well. I'm still trying to gain strength after being sick. Chuck is gone for the week and his job it totally up in the air. His dedicated was 'lost' to another company and he doesn't have any clear direction from his bosses. Dependence on God is the top of our list of 'trusts'.
I hope you all had a great Mother's Day. We celebrated with our kids and grands on Sat. We also celebrated Ethan and Lynn's birthday's, so a full day of fun and great food. Tiffani fixed Salmon with pesto and phyllo dough and it was wonderful and SOOO easy to make.
Because of Chuck's job, he's quite often leaves early on Sunday's, so I've been going to church alone. I have to admit that I don't like it. Before we moved, at least I had friends to fellowship with and ministry.
What I'm experiencing is being single, even though I'm not. It gives me a new appreciation for those that are single, for whatever reason. Because the church is medium sized, not everyone I meet understands that I'm new. Every week someone introduces themselves, but mostly I'm alone. That's not something I handle well, but the Lord keeps reminding me that He is with me and I'm never alone. I'm looking at this new experience as a learning time.
That brings me to the blog and a series that I'm going to do. As I was sitting in the Sunday school classroom I saw some booklets that the pastor has written. I was told before that we can take them, so I looked them over and decided to find out what the church teaches about women in ministry. I'm going to share with you what I learn.
I've studied this before because I had some confusion in the past. A dear pastor friend helped me to understand what scripture teaches. So, this is new, yet old for me. I guess it's a refresher and you get to share with me along the journey.
In the O.T. we find that because of the 'fall' the women will desire her husband. I agree with the pastor when he says that he doesn't think it's a power struggle for control, but that even though child birth is painful, the women will desire her husband sexually so that they can procreate.
The O.T. broke traditions that women were property; surrounding cultures taught that. God showed that women could minister in many capacities.
First example: God made His covenant with women as well as men: Deuteronomy 29:1-11. He exhorts them to follow the new covenant. They've come through the desert, and God has gathered everyone, even foreigners to hear what He wants for them. Women were included because He commanded 'everyone' to hear what He wanted done. Verse 11: "together with your children and your wives, and the aliens living in your camps who chop your wood and carry your water (slaves). "
So, God has included women in the original covenant and He wants women to be a part of what He is doing. This applies to us today. He has called us into ministry, sharing what the Word tells us to do. We in turn are to share what we learn with others.
If you feel that God doesn't have anything for you to do, think again. He does. Try different ministries until you find the one that "rings your bells".

Bell ringing,

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Psalm 122:6

A cold rainy day, perfect to have chili for supper, don't you think? Today I need to make this chili and also some soup for the freezer. I realized when I got sick that I didn't have any soup in the freezer. I really needed some soup, but didn't have the energy to make it. Of course wanting, and not having made me want it all the more. Such is life!
Chuck comes home today! Some very negative things are happening in his job and he's really stressed. We would welcome your prayers. Because of all that's happening, we're again very glad we moved here.
Today I chose Psalm 122:6 because a long time ago I read that we need to pray for the Israel. I began and do so every week. They are still God's chosen race, even though Jesus included the Gentiles (us). "Pray for th peace of Jerusalem: "May those who love you be secure."
We know that just about every country thinks that the Israel shouldn't exist and many have tried to eliminate them, the Arabs especially. I think: woe to any country that doesn't support Israel. According to scripture there will be Jews all through the rest of history. God will save a remnant to evangelize Jews during the Tribulation.
So, my question is, do you pray for the Jewish nation? For their peace? I also pray for their salvation, that they would realize that their Messiah has come and that they can trust Him as Savior. If you don't, please include them in our weekly prayer time. God will honor you for it.

Praying for Israel,

Wednesday, May 7, 2008


Well, I'm finally joining the living again. I'm not done being sick, but am feeling better. I trust you are all well.
My friend Jean is recovering from her car accident and will be going home shortly, possibly this week. She's literally a miracle in the making. Thanks for your prayers.
Being sick means spending some time in front of the tv. When my brain couldn't navigate a book and doing Sudoku puzzles that had more erasures than solid numbers, tv became my mode of entertainment.
I was watching the National Geographic channel and the program was about flowers and whether they could identify the very first flower. I know, God created all plants and there wasn't a 'first'. Evolutionists just don't understand. But, what I really enjoyed was seeing the beautiful flowers from all over the world. The colors were so vivid and varied. Small petals and large with greenery that was just as varied.
A thought came to me, that we will get to see all these wondrous flowers in eternity. The world will be perfect, therefore flowers will be perfect again, just like in the beginning. Genesis 1:11-13 tells us that God produced all vegetation and saw that it was good.
For eternity we will be able to enjoy the beauty that God created so many years ago, brought back to life in a way that heightens their brilliance. I can't wait, can you? I told the Lord many years ago that I want lilac bushes outside of my "mansion" so that I can enjoy the fragrance all the time instead of briefly each year.
What fragrance or flower do you want to see? What are you waiting for in eternity? What delight are you desiring for the Lord to fulfill? Do you ever think of eternity, with Him?

Smelling the (neighbors)lilacs,

Monday, May 5, 2008


Hi Everyone,
I have a sinus infection, so the doctor tells me, with some bronchial stuff going on too. So, until my head resumes functioning, I'm not blogging. Check back in a few days.....
Love you all,

Friday, May 2, 2008


Because I have a cold and don't feel well, this isn't going to be much of a blog. My week has been too busy considering I haven't felt well. Yesterday was definitely my worst day.
Chuck and I were at the volunteer banquet for our service at Graham Correctional last night. I was glad he could be there, because it's the first time he's been able to attend. We had a very nice time.
Chuck's job has been thrown a curve ball, and not a good one, so please keep him in your prayers. He's going to be gone a lot more on a new dedicated run. He wants a new job, badly, and we know the Lord will provide. Thank you for your prayers.

Praying for you all,