For me, Evariste is evidence that it is always worth investing in young people. Even if at some point they take a different road, and you lose sight of them, God never does, and He brings back His precious children.
Please remember Malai in your prayers. Over the last two years, we have watched him mature, fall in love with Jesus and be baptized. He now dreams of finishing school and becoming a nurse.
I don’t know what he will decide as he grows. We are still praying for him. You can put him on your prayer list, too.
He was jaundiced, very cold, had a low pulse and weighed in at 2.2 lbs. He was so small that his body couldn’t regulate its temperature.
God is eager to pick us up and hold us. He wants to comfort and care for us. He wants to tame our hearts, just like that little scared kitten.
The threat was real, and all of us were in mortal danger if we continued downriver. “Lord, help us know what to do,” we prayed.
“Sand place!” Ethan announced. Normally we didn’t go during the week, but I felt strangely drawn to it.
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