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Brian Dietzen

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  1. Hi Marlene, I'm new here too. A great group of people you've stumbled upon. Your loneliness doesn't stand a chance here
  2. Hello friends, my favorite kind of water in nature is waterfalls! They're always right where you need them on a long hike through the wilderness, tucked away like God hid them there just for me. I guess my favorite kind of wild animal is a lion. Maybe not considered the best friend of Christians throughout the ages, but none the less majestic and mighty. I think it's funny how the male lion naps in the sun while the female goes out hunting. Lions are the first animal I'd like to see when i get to heaven. I also like turtles. I'd like to take my family and live on a tropical island for a few years, no one else but us, no phones, no tv, no media, no traffic. Just the bare essentials and the word of God. My favorite holiday is Christmas because there's so much more joy, and everything lit up to bring glory to the One and Only. The most awesome thing I've seen is God slowly but surely change a person from the inside out, and you know it's not them doing it but God, and then you get hope that maybe he'll change you too.
  3. Hi everyone, I'm Brian. My favorite means of transportation is by jeep. Top down. Sunny day. Fresh air. Out on the California backroads. My favorite class in school was physical education. Especially any sports we did outside. I loved math but hated grade 8 math class because the teacher was always rude and angry. I think the most interesting person in the Bible is Adam, the friendship he would have had with God, walking with him in the cool of the day, and how he would have been able to play with lions and bears, and how he would have enjoyed full health. I have an unhealthy obsession with life preservation and look forward to receiving my new incorruptible body one day. My favorite books are most any children's books by Dr Seuss. I loved to read them as a child and got a kick out of the silly names and creatures. Later in life i read them to my own kids and the custom lived on. The person who encouraged me the most was my grade 2 teacher. I had just started at a new school, had no friends, and she helped me fit in and feel welcome. She also taught me how to read. She would keep me in after school and told the other kids she was teaching me advanced material. Really she was helping me get to a grade 2 reading level because I didn't know the alphabet. She saw ny potential. She sacrificed a lot of time and energy for me.
  4. One day at a time! Life is hard but God is good. How are you doing Paul?
  5. Hi Katya, I hope you're enjoying your time here. God bless you, sister ♥
  6. Thank you Katya, I know you're right.
  7. Hi Katya, I'm nobody, but i hope to become somebody now that the Holy Spirit dwells in me. Welcome to Worthy :)
  8. So we're not going to be able to adopt Andreas' and Eva's son because child services believes Eva is a danger to her son and she's well-known to police, and she knows our names, address, our places of work and all that. They think placing him with us is too big a risk. He'll be flown back to Colorado on Friday and be in custody of child services, and put in foster care. It's a bad day.
  9. The little guy got here today they caught an early flight. He looks just like his dad did the first time i met him. He's doing well. Much better than I expected.
  10. Andreas' wife Eva is addicted to drugs and battles mental illness. She spends a lot of time in detox and in mental institutions. Andreas was the anchor in their home. Eva would disappear and live with friends for months at a time, go through detox, come back home. She has no interest in caring for their 6-year-old son, and there is no family other than a 94 year old aunt. We spoke with Eva by skype last night, and she has asked us to take full custody of her son or else she will transfer him into foster care. We've wholeheartedly agreed to adopt him as our own. My wife and i have spoken many times with him and his dad in skype, and he already knows us well. I'm only 40 but he calls me grandad lol. Those of you who know my face, you know I look young from one angle and elderly from another. You never know which one you're gonna get. As far as the boy is concerned, he's sad about his dad but excited about the idea of coming to live with grandad. Eva's only request is that we leave her alone and not contact her. We've offered to cover her medical expenses, to move her near to us and pay her rent, to set her up in the best health treatment facilities. She just wants to be left alone. We'll honor her wishes. She has all our contact info. A family friend will escort the little guy out to us on Tuesday, and he will live with us as we work out the legalities. God help us. God help Eva. She says she loves the Lord Jesus Christ but that her own brain gets in the way. Thank you for praying.
  11. Hi Hermit! I'm new too and I look forward to your posts. You must have a lot of knowledge and could teach us a lot. I'm new in Christ and have many questions. Be blessed!
  12. What you said a couple posts back is the heart-breakingest thing I've read in just about forever. A relief to see God resolving it. I pray for healing and protection for you and your children.
  13. Hi Servant, may you be blessed and be a blessing here! I'm new too. You'll find lots of great family here.
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