The Unbelievable has Become Believable.

This week has been full of big changes and accomplishments for our family as we are so quickly approaching our departure date. It is hard to believe how fast time is going by. The days are all turning into big whirls of emotions and task lists of things that need completing. As I write this we are less than 8 days out and our house literally looks as if a bomb has went off in the center of it.
I feel as if we (I, as my husband has been a rock that has accomplished so much) keep walking in circles when it comes time to get something done.

We did complete two big things this week. The first being the biggest of all, and one thing that I have prayed about for so many years! My amazing husband formally adopted my oldest daughter on May 31, 2017. Our entire household all has the same name, such a huge blessing! This blessing has given us the task of trying to expedite a new passport for her prior to our departure, as well as all of the other legalities such as birth certificate and etc. I don't know that I will ever be able to thank this man enough for this act of love and kindness! I know this meant so much to our daughter, as she no longer has to explain why her mommy has a different last name than her. My heart is just completely overflowing with love, gratitude and admiration as I write this. I am so blessed to be the wife to such an amazing and humble man, who loves with every fiber of him! Just as Jesus commands. I am gushing.
The second big change was my last day at work. For any who did not know, I was a neonatal intensive care nurse at Methodist Hospital, and it was simply the best job in the entire world. I have never had a job that I loved before! I was not prepared for how hard it was going to be to say my goodbyes to my wonderful team of co-workers as well as the families and babies I have grown to love so much! I have no doubt in me I was born to be a nurse and I am so grateful to God for loving me so much, that he allowed me to work in a place where I made a genuine difference in peoples lives. I will miss each and everyone of them dearly. In fact, today I asked on my Facebook page for any parents that I may be friends with to leave me pictures and a little memory, and I am going to print them and take them with me when I am sad I have that to look back on! I am a nurse, and I was created by Christ Jesus in advance to do His works. So when times get tough, I can be reminded to draw upon my Rock and my Redeemer for strength and encouragement.

I know our friends and especially our family are going to miss us, as I know we are going to so desperately miss them. Please know that we do love each of you, and we can not wait to share with you all of the amazing things God is going to not only use us for, but the incredible impact this trip is going to have on our own lives as well.

For those that want to donate to us, but haven't had the opportunity to do such, I am leaving the link below.  All donations are tax deductible, and will go directly towards our missions fees.

https://mercyships-us.donorpages.com/crewmates/BradMorgan/

Also people have asked "can we send you care packages?" and the answer is, of course, YES!!
the address for that is:

Morgan Family-AFM Container (Cameroon)
15862 Hwy 110N
Lindale, TX 75771

Thank you for your prayers, support and encouragement. We are so blessed to be able to serve with this ministry.

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