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  1. Corine
    Mar 2 2013 @ 10:16 am

    Lori, I just recognize so much in this story and I love to read it. Since the beginning of December we do have a foster care child. She’s 10 years old, her mother originally from Congo and so caught up in war memories she has a breakdown and can’t take care of her children anymore. Our foster care child keeps telling lies, mostly minor, but we want to trust her so badly and also make her clear that we always want to forgive her AS LONG AS SHE TELLS THE TRUTH. I know we have to give her (and us) time and understanding to make us trust worthy. I hope one day she will be comfortable to tell the truth. God bless you with your real life time stories from your family! Hope you’re doing all okay. Love, Corine


    • Lori
      Mar 3 2013 @ 8:31 pm

      Corine, I wrote you on FB. I didn’t realize your family was fostering. We miss you and wish the miles were much much fewer. I pray that God gives you wisdom as you minister to your foster daughter and teach her the value of speaking truthful words. May God’s truth shine in you so bright that it makes her want to trust it, trust you, and trust him.


  2. Ann Ehlert
    Mar 2 2013 @ 8:26 pm

    Love this!


    • Lori
      Mar 3 2013 @ 8:32 pm

      Thanks, Ann! Looking forward to our coffee date soon.


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