Friday, February 6, 2009
My heart is heavy today and I ask that you pray for this family. Although the school where this incident took place this morning is not my own children's school district, it is just a short distance away from our area. The story is devastating. My sister in law texted me this morning to alert me of the story and thought that it would be good to add to the prayer blog. I agree. The child killed has been rumored to be a 10 year old special needs boy. Not only is he the same age as my healthy son, but if he did have special needs, it hits home again for me in regards to Kenidi, our 5 year old special needs daughter. Please lift these parents up in prayer today as well as the bus driver involved and the children/adults who witnessed the tragedy take place. I can't imagine what they are all going thru. God be with them today and in their days/months ahead. You can read the story and watch the news video HERE.
In his grip, Angie

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posted by Angie Seaman at 10:49 AM |


1 Comments:

At February 6, 2009 at 11:22 AM, Blogger Crystal said........
Such hard news to read. I can't even begin to imagine what everyone must be going through.

My prayers are with this family, and everyone involved.
 


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