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Dan Brooke
22 September 2021

This is the third part of a series on being more purposeful about deepening our relationship with God through prayer.  The first part can be foundhere, and I recommend starting there.

It’s been a long road, but we’ve finally gotten to (perhaps) the most important topic, praying for our needs.  I’m honestly not sure if it’s the most important, but it’s the place God can do the most work if we let him.  We have control over how we respond to him, and it’s in prayer centered on the realities happening within us that can bring us to new places of conversion.

Tara Brooke
20 September 2021

“Embrace the suffering!”  Are you kidding me???  I live in a world where we work to keep people “comfortable”.  “I have a headache!”  I’ll take some medicine to ease the pain.  “This topic makes me uncomfortable!”  We shouldn’t talk about it then…we certainly want you to feel comfortable and safe!  Heck there is a term in the medical field called “comfort care”.  We do everything in our power to make sure people feel comfortable.  We are a society that HATES suffering and most of us run from it at all costs. 

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Tara Brooke
08 July 2020
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"He will be so blessed to be part of your family!"  "You guys will bless his life so much!"  These are the most common phrases we heard when we began our first adoption process.  When we got married, we discussed our family plans.  We knew we desired children, but we were not exactly sure what that would look like.  I was diagnosed with severe endometriosis and poly cystic ovaries when I was 18 years old.  I was never sure if I would be able to get pregnant, let alone sustain a pregnancy.  We promised to always be open to the gift of adoption.  Well, we achieved pregnancy five times in our marriage and have three living babies ranging from the ages of 13-9.  In 2015, God started to call us to consider expanding our family, but we didn't think he was calling us to have one of our own, so we began praying about adoption. 

 

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