This is a labor of love in memory of Sarah. The picture above was taken the day she was born...November 12, 2009. She was my tough little warrior princess. Most people seem to want to help with packing, which is great. It makes the load lighter. However, delivery is just as important if not more. Blessings don't magically deliver themselves. I know that the idea of being in Farrell and Sharon is not comfortable, but sometimes doing God's will means getting out of your comfort zone and getting dirty or cold. Sometimes you have to leave your neighborhood or town to be a blessing or get a blessing.
I remember standing the back of the U-Haul at Malleable Heights five or six year ago. I realized that waiting in the back of the truck for volunteers and residents was the perfect time to pray. God's spirit met me there in that moment.
I remember a delivery day in Grove City where I met Logan. He was 7 or 8 and he took me around Glen Lakes Estates. He was a chatty little boy who was my guide that cold December day.
Please pray about being involved in this ministry. You are needed.