God is good, although that goodness might be overshadowed by the final stress of packing. The morning has been rough, but now that we have crossed the line of no return it is in God's hands. It's funny that we have to tell ourselves that. Everything is in God's hands all the time; even when we think it is not.
We will post pictures and shares fun stories as our travel continues. I can only imagine how many stories we will have (hopefully all good).
Carolyn here--Tears are close at hand as one of the first sounds I heard this morning was thunder and saw lightning. For those of you who know me well, you know that means the world to me because when I was a young girl my brother went to Heaven and I said he was in charge of the lightning. At every major event God has given me a thunderstorm and today as we embark as the most exciting and terrifiying moment of our lives I heard a thunderclap reminding me once again God is a loving Father who cares about every intricate detail of our lives. A dear friend said she would pray God will line the sky with angels today, and I echo that prayer and ask you our faithful prayer warriors, our curious onlookers or random friends we have gained along the way-- Please pray that God would line the sky with angels, give us opportunities to minister to each person we meet, on this journey. This is our journey together, you me, God us, 5 little miracles a precious answer to prayer Katherine DuFour, Northbridge, Vining, Faithway, DayBreak,Clutier and all the brothers and Sisters in Christ God has given us, We love you and are so humble that God has chosen us to be a part of this story and thank you for being part of this story as well and now we are off, too many bags, hopefully happy children, with even snack bags packed with love from precious friends- Blessed, Blessed Blessed and may you be as well- Let the Journey Begin!