Stephen & I got the chance to visit the home of one of our sponsor girls through Project 61, Abenezer. Their 8×8 foot corner house is home to Abenezer (11), Samuel (12), their mother & their crippled father. This family was so full of faith in our Lord Jesus that you wouldn’t even know that polio has affected this family. That the father spends his days on the street begging as his wife goes to work at Mission Ethiopia. He thanks Jesus tremendously for his children being able to go to school & get a good education. The chance to pray with them was out of this world. I felt the holy spirit in that room as Mr. Haliu said, “amen amen amen” after every word that was prayed to our heavenly father. Prayers for his children, for his spiritual life and prayers that God would provide him with a new wheelchair. I wish I prayed with such intensity and such belief that God would act. I wish I could remember all the amazing things he said to us that day but I think the Lord blocked those from my mind so we don’t get caught up in US being the ones to help their family — because it isn’t us, it’s HIM!
It’s God working through people to accomplish His purposes. He doesn’t have to include us, but he chooses to. As Pricilla Shrier says in the Jonah study, “He allows us the opportunity to partner with Him. He doesn’t even need us, so it’s a privilege to live this way.” Amen sister!
Hey, I'm Wynne!
Hi, friend! First, I truly am so giddy that you are here. I want you to know I believe in you and all the ways you are growing towards living a more intentional life. I genuinely hope you are encouraged from our time together here.
A little about me, I’m a type 7 on the enneagram, a total extrovert + people lover, entrepreneur, connector, storyteller, people gatherer, and passionate wife, mama + friend. I feel most alive when I’m exploring new places and surrounded by people I love. Give me a day in the outdoors disconnected from wifi, and I am a happy girl. I run on oat milk lattes, Jesus, gratitude journaling and kitchen dance parties with my four kids.
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