God is so good. I’m honored to have been a part of this journey and so thankful He saw us through. And even though He would still be good if things had turned out differently, I’m so grateful that He still has plans for Dad here on this side of eternity. I cannot express how full my heart was yesterday and is today to be surrounded by those I love and all those who have covered us in prayer all year.
I was up late into the night listening to the sounds of sirens and helicopters circle my city while protests turned to riots, cop cars caught fire, and hundreds lined the streets, all in the middle of a global pandemic. Such a strange time we live in. This morning I went down to help clean up the mess and was able to join in a multi-congregational prayer circle exactly where the riots had taken place nearly hours before. There’s a video at the bottom of this post. It was .
The past couple of months have been challenging and painful. Besides my travel plans and concerts being canceled indefinitely, I almost lost one of the most important people in my life to a pandemic, and a few friends showed themselves to be fairweather in the process. Yet, through all the letdowns, I’ve learned the importance of the letting go. The letdown of spending time with people that don’t have my best interest in mind, both in friends and situationships. It’s .
While Shelly Berryhill was a patient in the COVID ICU, our staff received a letter from his daughter. The letter (and this entire family) touched our hearts. It was an honor to care for Mr. Berryhill, and we pray for his continued recovery. #CareLikeFamily