Great article!Just heard of this book tonight, and thought of you. It's about a little boy that God miraculously saved from a drowning.http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=9781625109330Laurelmama of 12
Laurel, wow! Just reading the description brought back so many memories. I don't think I can read it yet! I can't believe tomorrow will be 11 months from that day. It is still so raw, I think--I know God did a miracle and Truman is still with us (not a day goes by that I do not thank God and grab Tru and kiss him, squeezing him tight!) but the memories of the nightmare of finding him . . . it is still hard. Thank you for sending me the link. I will make myself read it . . . soon. :)
Wow...someone else posted about how much they enjoyed a Roman Catholic mass on Easter because it wasn't focused on the one-time-a-year church go-er...it was a true celebration of the resurrection--complete with reverence to our deserving God...
Amen! I see it in the Catholic Church, too. In America at least...
I have been missing your posts! I hope to see updates from your family soon.
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