Only God knows why...and we must trust in Him.

I am here today writing this post with sadness in my heart and tears in my eyes. As many of you know, I asked you all to pray for a a guy I knew in highschool. He was a friend then, but as the years have passed we have not kept in touch, but that does not mean this hurts any less. Darrell Owens was called home to God this morning after having a terrible accident friday. He fought and held on as long as he could, but God needed him and so this morning he left us and his family. I am asking for prayers for his family and friends in this terrible time of need. He left behind his parents and his brother, that was his best friend, as well as many friends that loved him dearly. They can use all the prayers of strength and courage they can get, so please, take a minute and ask God to hold them in His hands and wrap them in His arms to help them find the peace they need to go on.

I also would like to post a website you all can visit to see an update on baby Coy. Again, I emailed many of you asking for prayers for this little guy, so please, keep praying!!


Ann Marie and Chris Kolkhorst welcomed their first son Coy Christopher Kolkhorst on Dec 3. Ann Marie was only 23 weeks pregnant. Coy weighed in at 1 lb 4 oz and was only 12.5 inches long!! He is a fighter and will grow to be a very strong and determined boy!!! With all the prayers going up for him, God will bless him and his family fully! Please again, I ask of you to not stop praying for him. He has a long road ahead of him, as well as do his wonderful parents. So pray for strength for them and God grace them with your love and support. Please hold this little guys hand and show him the way so he can continue to get stronger each and everyday.

Thank you all for your prayers for people you may not eve know. What a blessing you all are in our lives and we are so thankful for each and every one of you. To know you is truly a gift from God and we thank Him everyday for allowing us to know you all.

I will post again in the next few days about our family, but this was and is most important right now.