One chapter ends

As we are gearing up for our last Sunday at the Pottstown Campus,  I can’t help but think back over the last 3 years of our lives.

So much has changed in such a short period of time. I came HUGELY pregnant and we welcomed Miss T, our hearts were broken for orphans and as we began praying about adoption, we saw Elijah’s picture and embarked on a crazy God-sized dream to get him home. We moved church locations, opened a cafe and made connections with people who became much more like family than just people we saw once a week.

In the past 3 years, God has totally wrecked our thinking and broken our hearts for things that were barely blips on our radar before and I could not be more thankful for that reality!

Instead of feeling sad over saying goodbye,  I am so incredibly thankful that our lives were impacted because of everyone who has journeyed with us.

The end of one chapter just means a new one begins and I suspect this new one will be a gloriously written story for all involved. 

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