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As this very long season comes to an end…
We can’t help but reflect and become so overwhelmed by the love and provision of God these last eight months we’ve been in Florida, and these last thirteen months of this adoption.
We are weary. So very tired. But Ellie has brought so much joy. We’ve struggled more in these last months than we probably ever have in our seven years as a married couple. This has required more faith, more finances, more love, more grace, more, more, more, than we ever could have imagined when we walked into this chapter. And I’m SO GLAD it’s over!!!
However, in all honesty, I would do it again in a heartbeat.
Eloise Nicole is a puzzle piece in our family that could not fit more perfectly. I am so thankful that we have the honor and privilege to raise this beautiful young woman.
To those of you who have been praying, and giving financially, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts! We couldn’t have done this without you!
During our loooooong wait.
Unfortunately, you’re not allowed to take photos inside government buildings, so this stink eye photo is what you get.
I took this while we were waiting for her passport to be processed this morning!
We leave Florida bright and early Thursday morning!
Our DTS will begin February 13, so we will hit the ground running to make sure everything is place for the students to arrive next weekend! Our staff have been such a blessing, and taken on roles and responsibilities to make this transition home go as well as it possibly can.
Seriously. They’re the best.
We still have some outstanding medical bills, and our savings has not just taken a hit, it’s basically been beaten to a pulp. If there was financial life support… our savings account would be on it.
We would so appreciate large or small amounts you feel led to give to help alleviate some of these costs.
If you would like to begin supporting us monthly, or would like to send a one time gift, please send checks made out to YWAM Haiti to:
PO Box 236
Akron, PA 17501
Please include a slip of paper designating the funds to Wayne & Keturah Snow. All donations are tax deductible.
Here is the link for simple tax deductible online giving:
We can also receive funds through paypal, which is NOT tax deductible. The address linked to our account is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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YWAM – Unit 2018
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Youth With A Mission – Haiti · 2586 SE Perugia St · Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952 · USA
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