A small flame

A small flame

December 1




This is my picture for December 1 because it is by far the most important one I've taken today. A sweet single mama in our church is fighting the unjust removal of her son from her custody. There is an amazing community of people who love this family and have united to help them. Together we have spent hours this past week helping to raise public awareness of her situation and, most importantly, praying for comfort, peace and justice for Herlene and Shaun . . . . and for us to have faith that God is 'always closer than we know, always more involved and in control.'










If you would join the growing group of people standing with Herlene and Shaun, you can find more information here:

http://www.facebook.com/KeepShaunHome?fref=ts

istandwithherleneandshaun@gmail.com

on Twitter at #istandwithherleneandshaun



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