Got this amazing email from an online attender. I wanted to share it. "After beginning this weekend's service, I feel like I need to share with you where and what God is doing in my life. We have chatted over the past couple of years about all the issues with my family along with the horrible damaging things that gossip within a church can do. I since my father died in 2003, I have given birth to my daughter who is 9 1/2 years old, gone back to school earning an associates, bachelors, working on a MBA, and applying to law school. I believe (because of my experiences in court) that the family is being destroyed via the court system as the court reflects the world's views of responsibility, accountability, and selfishness thrives.
I am studying for the LSATs to take in June applying to the UO Law School to be a children's right advocate working with DHS as well as law enforcement to stop human trafficking. I am really overwhelmed with the idea that I could actually become an attorney. Prior to the discovery that I am dyslexic when I was 33 years old, my school grades were an average of 1.4, which is not even close to graduation from anything. Once I was diagnosed and gotten tools to study and learn - my grade point is: AA - 3.9; BA - 3.8, MBA - 3.9 so far. I believe anyone can learn if they have the tools. As Pastor Rick teaches I am so excited because what he is really teaching is encouraging people to get the tools they need to find their calling and God's blessing on their lives. How cool is that?
My dream is to be an attorney that works within a PEACE Plan providing help for Christians who are going through storms and need legal help with the finances they have, not making a profit on their hardship. Can God actually fulfill my dreams to help stop human trafficking and stand for the family as defined in the Bible? Time will tell because I am slowing working toward those goals with God opening all the doors in ways I never dreamed possible.
Have a great night. Thanks for praying for my family over the past years and the future. We are all apart of God's family for His purposes."
Going through something like Estella? How can we pray for you?