As a community of believers God asks us to look for, care for and pray for each other.

Karinann is hoping that we can all hold her up in prayer and thought. It seems that work responsibilities leaves her with little time for blogging, let alone anything else.

You might want to send her an encouraging email, or favourite prayer, or just let her know she is being thought of!



  1. Prayer offered. Best wishes.

  2. Prayers for you Karinann. What work do you do? I love being able to see so many beautiful blogs but I myself, also, have little time for this. I have anemia and get fatigued easily while homeschooling my two youngest. Doctors are trying to find out what is causing it - takes time. Don't be discouraged that you can't fit it all in - neither can I at this time. My family will pray for you today. For prayer is the priority I must make time for and I will be happy to pray for you! Try to turn to the Lord as you struggle with everything. He is the One who leads us to green pastures!

  3. Thank you both for the prayers; they are much appreciated. In answer to OrdainedPraise's question: I am a teacher by trade but have spent the last 10 years as the Director of Education for a very busy learning Center. I usually work from 8am until 7pm. So while I love what I do and love being around our students (most of the time :) )it does take its toll. I know God's hand is at work in all this and He will see me through the busyness and also help me to accept that I cannot so and be all things to all people.
    Thanks again for the prayers and encouragement. Blogs like this are a wonderful example of Christ's Mystical Body at work.
    May God bless you all.

  4. Remembering you in my intentions.


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