For more info go to: http://nationaldayofprayer.org/
Today is also the International Day Of The Midwife. Yet another cause that is close to my heart. I really wish I felt the calling to be one, but I know my place is here. Midwifery has already changed my life and I haven't even gotten the chance to birth with one yet. Today has been 13 months since Bunny's birth--an experience that changed my life, in so many ways, for the better. The best thing that came out it (besides Bunny) is that I am now trying harder than ever to listen to God. The Bible says: "God was kind to the midwives and the people increased and became even more numerous. Because the midwives feared God, He gave them families of their own." How amazing that I never took a second look at this verse until lately. I never really even noiticed it. God is doing something in me through the midwives that I have the privilege of knowing. I have been emailing back and forth with an old friend who is in midwifery school and I am amazed at the things she tells me about the experience. I am looking forward to learning about and spending more time with midwives in the future. One of my Facebook friends said it best: "
So pray for midwifery. Pray for America. Pray for gas prices, a job, or anything at all. Burden God with whatever burdens you. If you haven't done it in a long time, or don't know how, just take a deep breath and start...
P.S. Happy Cinco De Mayo!