Safety Exit

Day in the Life at AGAPE

by Chandler Means on March 08, 2024

The began early for our foster care case managers, who spent the night at a local hospital with one of our teen boys who had to be sedated and will go to a  treatment facility when a bed opens. I was thankful that I could offer them a little break after a hard night.

By 9:00 am, I was at the Williamson County Courthouse to witness Dre, Richard and Cash’s adoption by Jason and Ellen Blasing after being in foster care for 1030 days. Adoptions are always exciting events, but have you ever seen a prettier sight than these three adorable biological children together in their new forever family? (PHOTO)

At the shelter, the team is working tirelessly with a single mother who completes her stay within the next week and doesn’t yet have plans for her next step. She is an undocumented single mother of three who is working hard to provide but running into dead ends. Please pray for her and her children as she seeks next steps after escaping domestic violence.

At the main office, our counselors attended the Circle of Safety training session to better meet the complex needs of foster children and their families, ensuring that we can provide the highest level of care and support.

This day, was filled with celebration, heartache, joy and hope, just like most days at AGAPE.

I Thessalonians 1:3 “We always thank God for all of you and continually mention you in our prayers. 3 We remember before our God and Father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.”

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