Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Pray for Church

Her mama passed away Saturday evening.
She has a BLOG , but no place for comments..

I haven't spoken to her yet. I hope
she knows we love her and are praying 
for her..
dear heart..


  1. On my! I will certainly add Church to my prayer list.

    Hope you are getting lots of rest, dear friend.

    Blessings and love,

  2. I forgot to mention that I read the blog that Church posted and it hurt my heart so....... She has been so helpful to you and right there helping us with info on you and all the time going through her own struggles... How precious is she... I will put her on my list...

  3. I will certainly pray for Church as she is going through this great loss...
    she was so helpful by keeping the rest of us informed while you were in the hospital...

  4. Church replies.....thank you for all of your thoughts and prayers. I have found over my life that when one cannot alter the events or outcome of their own personal life....if those events are painful, then what has served me best has been two things. When I was young, the worse it got in my home, I would imagine and draw/create in my head the most beautiful thing I could. If it got even more scary then I would strain/strive to up the anti and think of something even more beautiful to create...in my head.
    The second thing that I found makes all pain less is to turn my view from my own pain, not in denial but in acceptance and find a younger or less able person who has the same background and life dynamic and find the ways to alleviate their pain. This I believe is how we arrest the bondage of abuse/neglect and addictions. We change the torment to love. If it is too late for some of us, then we must use our experiences to stop it from damaging anyone else. There was no mistake in Deena and I meeting the way we did, the timing and her asking me to help her blog. While she was getting ready for surgery she helped me manifest my picturetrail. I was asked to help someone while my mother and others had taken away my choice to help her. These things are not coincidences.
    This is the way the Force known as God works when we allow it and surrender to it. For those of us who had challenging mothers, it puts us in eachother's lives....and we give eachother some of what has been needed for healing that part in us. Healing is all-ways available on all levels if we ask for it and allow it to come in forms that may not be the "norm". Don't make me quote the Rolling Stones song..."you don't always get what you want, but ya get what ya need"!

  5. Church - praying for God to hold you in the palm of his hand. Take time to grieve and let stuff go that you don't feel up to. I'm so sorry for your loss.

  6. Well here I am again..Erika. I took time to go to Church's blog and my goodness I had to read every single word she wrote. She has such a gift in writing. I don't know her "story" but it surely sounds heartbreaking to me but yet she obviously loves God and is on the road to healing. No child should ever feel the kind of pain she has felt. Church, if you read this, (((((((((hugs)))))))) to you. Be blessed. Erika

  7. Prayers for Dear Church are being said. I lost my Mother 1 1/2 years ago. Very unexpected and I cry everyday in disbelief that she is no longer here. I miss her so.

    Church, my arms are giving you a very warm hug right now.

    God Bless,


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