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God is faithful. That is the theme of these last couple of weeks for Lindsey and me. I have been completely swamped and overwhelmed with school to the point of neglecting a lot of responsibilities, so that wasn’t good. But! I finished my comprehensive exams! For those of you who are unfamiliar with that, it is the required testing to get a Master’s degree. It consisted of a full day of exam writing covering everything from different theoretical views of truth to examining the different views of patient care. That may not sound like organizational communication, but that is only because it wasn’t. (There were other questions that dealt with organizational communication, but it was over everything I’ve learned!”)

Thank you all for your prayers though! They went way better than I was expecting and I truly account that to God. Right, anywho, back to God being faithful. He is.

During the last few weeks when I have been neglecting stuff, God has still put people in our path who are excited about what we will be doing and eager to partner with us. It has been incredibly humbling and amazing to see how God works in things when we can’t. We are now not even $700 per month away and only $4,000 in one time gifts to being fully funded. It is so amazing because this is literally the final step. If God continues to work as he has and the goals we have made are met, we will be at 100% before Christmas and be there in January.

All in all, these last weeks have been an amazing example of God being faithful. Whenever things seem stressful and overwhelming, God works in that and will make it something better than what you could do. So this Christmas season, remember that God is in control despite the circumstances you may be facing and there is always something to be thankful for. “And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.” Romans 8:28

And we know that God causes everything to work together[a] for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.

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