You Did It!

randomlychad  —  June 23, 2012 — 7 Comments

Thank-you to all who gave, prayed, tweeted, facebooked, and encouraged me! You did it! Because of your kindness, I’m going to the Wild at Heart bootcamp this August! I want to sincerely thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart for helping me rewrite my life’s story.

And look what a story we told together this week!

All week long, those doubts assailed me: “Who are you to ask for help this way? These people have families to feed, bills to pay.”

But we all know who’s voice that is, don’t we? He who masquerades as an angel of light, who roams around as a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. We Christians know him as the enemy.

And he’s a liar!

This week, you bathed me in kindness, you covered me in prayer, you showed me just how much you care.

You showed me the meaning of community, and like Robert Frost said “that has made all the difference.”

Thank-you again from the bottom of my heart!





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  • That’s fantastic! I’m looking forward to hearing how the boot camp affects the rewriting of your story. Would love to have a part of that story as a guest post on my blog.

    • Thank-you, Thomas! You’re on--be happy to do that.

      • Great! Let’s plan to do that in the Fall. I’ll be in touch with you then.

        • Sounds good, Thomas! Looking forward to it.

          In the meantime, would you like to guest post for me sometime?

          • Sure thing! Can you give me a topic and a deadline?

  • Great news! I’m eager to hear how God uses this event in your life. My father had a similar childhood, and he did everything he could to change that cycle. Promise Keepers helped him a lot. Keep seeking, asking, and knocking.

    • Thanks, Jason! Me, too. Scared, excited--and hopeful.