SRF Walk Run and Fun Day Registration! (Formerly our 5K)

The link below is our registration information! All details can be viewed by clicking on this link.

https://secure.ministrysync.com/ministrysync/event/website/home/?e=11511

We look forward to all the teams and individuals who will participate, sponsor, donate, volunteer, and ultimately remember together the children in our community that have left us too soon!

Here are important promotional, sponsorship, and volunteer forms!

2016 Raffle Tickets to Print and Sell!

2016 Volunteer Coordinator Form

2016 Volunteer Form

2016 Sponsorship Form

2016 Hard Copy Registration

2016 Bulletin Insert for Churches and Civic Programs

2016 Walk, Run, and Fun Day PSA

 

 

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Heaven is For Real; a personal confession

I first shared this blog in May of 2011 after reading this book.

The concept of heaven was never foreign to me. I was raised in a religion where you were taught not to live for this world, but for heaven alone. And the heaven you were living for was far greater than “any eye has seen or ear has heard or human mind has conceived.” (1 Corinthians 2:9) I was cool with that.

Throughout my youth, I lost both sets of grandparents, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends and was completely at peace, and maybe even a little jealous, that they had obtained the very thing I was living for before I did.… Read the rest

Upcoming Event; count it all joy service and celebration

This is an event at Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren April 29, 6 p.m., that I wanted to extend to the child-loss community. The invitation is as follows…

Are you carrying a burden? Going through a trial? Based on James 1:2-4 and inspired by the many people in our lives that are facing difficulties, Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren is hosting a “Count it all Joy Service and Celebration.”… Read the rest

VA Tech; relating to tragedy

I remember randomly turning on the TV the morning of April 16, 2007. I was horrified by the news that was taking place before my eyes as the tragedy at VA Tech unfolded. I was home, babysitting a few children. To this day, I am not sure why I felt compelled to turn the news on that morning, something I rarely did when the children were around.

I was speechless. I was angry. I felt helpless. I could not relate.… Read the rest