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  1. Kylie
    February 5, 2011 @ 2:40 am

    That is a lovely picture Melissa.

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  2. Christy
    May 17, 2011 @ 5:02 am

    Absolutely precious.

    My husband and I listened to your part 1 broadcast, this morning, on Focus on the Family. We were completely blessed by your story, and are so very grateful that Christ has given you such blessed perspective and knowledge, through your own experience, to share with His world. Thank you, for all that you do, to serve our Father. Praying you are continually blessed, just as you continue to bless.

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  3. Marjorie James
    May 28, 2011 @ 8:43 am

    I was extremely blessed my your very emotional story when you came to the Poconos and spoke to us at the Stroudsmoore Inn.There were women openly shedding tears and using their cloth napkins as tissues. I’ve told your story to anyone who will listen because I am so strongly against abortion. I can still hear your poignant question,”Did God have His hand on my life?”
    My oldest daughter is adopted and I thank God that her mother chose life for Lee as our lives would have been incomplete without her.When she was seven years old, she had to have open heart surgery at Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia. She was born with a hole, the size of a dime, in the lower two chambers of her heart. The doctors said she would never be able to carry a child during child bearing years. As they wheeled her away for the operation, I said, “You are not alone, honey.” and she responded, “I know,Mommy, God is with me.” I will never forget the face of my little girl when she was in the recovery room.Her eyes welled up with tears and she called, “I want my mother!” That was thirty-two years ago and much has happened since then. Lee is a beautiful Christian woman, the wife of a wonderful man, and an exceptional mother to three adorable children.She has never requested to search for her biological parents, but we predetermined to help her, if she ever did.
    May God continue to bless your ministry abundantly and may He bless his beautiful and obedient servant as she speaks so eloquently for the voiceless.

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  4. Marjorie James
    May 28, 2011 @ 8:46 am

    I was extremely blessed by your very emotional story when you came to the Poconos and spoke to us at the Stroudsmoore Inn.There were women openly shedding tears and using their cloth napkins as tissues. I’ve told your story to anyone who will listen because I am so strongly against abortion. I can still hear your poignant question,”Did God have His hand on my life?”
    My oldest daughter is adopted and I thank God that her mother chose life for Lee as our lives would have been incomplete without her.When she was seven years old, she had to have open heart surgery at Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia. She was born with a hole, the size of a dime, in the lower two chambers of her heart. The doctors said she would never be able to carry a child during child bearing years. As they wheeled her away for the operation, I said, “You are not alone, honey.” and she responded, “I know,Mommy, God is with me.” I will never forget the face of my little girl when she was in the recovery room.Her eyes welled up with tears and she called, “I want my mother!” That was thirty-two years ago and much has happened since then. Lee is a beautiful Christian woman, the wife of a wonderful man, and an exceptional mother to three adorable children.She has never requested to search for her biological parents, but we predetermined to help her, if she ever did.
    May God continue to bless your ministry abundantly and may He bless his beautiful and obedient servant as she speaks so eloquently for the voiceless.

    Reply

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