This truth continues to prove itself in my family. Keeping up with eight children is tough. When one is in college and one is just a few days old, challenges are found daily. We do not even pretend to think that we have this under control. The truth is we were overwhelmed when we just had two children. We believe that God has called us to this ministry and we seek his guidance for every decision we make concerning who comes into our home. Yes, God has given us more than we can handle. But it is when we admit that we cannot do it that God shows his faithfulness. If we thought we could stand on our own strength we would soon fall (verse 12).
One of the amazing ways God has provided us a way out is through the Church. He has given us a church family to lean on for support and accountability. We could not do foster care without your support. Thank you for loving these children as much as we do. Please remember Tara, as well as Cheri, while Lucas, Jonathan and I are gone to Malawi. They are tasked with the hardest job of holding things together at home while we are away. Satan’s army will be attacking them as hard as they are attacking us on the mission field. Your encouragement and help to them will be an amazing way for us to overcome the trials and temptations that come upon those who serve Him. God asks us to do more than we are able, but together we will overcome. And in that, God will receive the gory!