Wednesday, September 19, 2012

With God All Things Are Possible ~ Janie Home!

     I had a list running down my arm of things I wanted to talk with you about from organization (or lack thereof on my part!) to a delicious, easy (I'm talking Staples button easy) recipe that I got this past weekend from my friend Ella (and made last night;-) but nothing seems appropriate with so much good news yesterday. Everything will have to wait!!... drum roll...........

     Janie, who many of you have been praying for, came home from the hospital last night!




     Our neighborhood was decorated from the moment they turned in with purple and gold balloons (her school's colors!) lining all the mailboxes leading to her house. I need not say another single word about it because while my writing is full of holes (this doesn't apply to God's Word!), Janie's mom's writing (Emily) is Holy—no other word for it. So stop reading my blog and hop over to Emily's blog to read her wonderful Lazarus story on the grace of God in Janie's life.

     If you are just joining us, four high school senior girls were involved in a horrific car accident a little over a month ago. Click here to read a little bit I wrote earlier about the families. Janie was put into a medically-induced coma due to a brain injury, Tessa sustained multiple bone injuries (and came to church Sunday and received a standing ovation and clapping, as did Grace who was also there!) and the other two girls sustained injuries. Continue to pray for all these girls, and for Madeline who was driving at the time of the accident.

     To read Emily's blog, click here. Janie's Caring Bridge site is here.

 Walk by Faith,

7 comments:

  1. This is incredible! I love to hear faith stories like this! It strengthens my own faith.

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    1. Hi RJ! Through this whole ordeal, so many have received God's strength! The stone has been rolled away! We serve the Living God! But even if He had not have "resurrected" so-to-speak Janie out of that coma, I know that the Fountain family would have gone on trusting their faithful God. May we trust Him with a childlike faith in whatever we face today! Stay strong in the Lord, Sister!

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  2. I know the sight of home never looked sweeter than it did to the Fountain family yesterday! Please post the recipe! And I'll take any organization tips you can give me as well!

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    1. Oh, my! I just checked my junk mail folder which is usually just ads, & a bunch of comments were in there waiting moderation!!! I had no idea that's where they were sporadically being dumped!!! I hope I fixed it!!! I am so much more encouraged though to know that people had commented!!!! Yes, SLE, I'll post the recipe hopefully tomorrow and maybe can squeeze the organization thing in there too. If not, will do that one soon. I have a little girls for God piece coming and so ready to post that too;-) Love Juana

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    1. :-) on my face because of your YEY, Cindy!

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