Evan “Shaggy” Moon’s Birthday Surprise

$827.94 was the birthday love we received for Evan Moon’s 34th birthday surprise. All the money given will help cover his deductible, co-pays, insurance costs, etc. as he continues to battle brain cancer. We praise God for His work in Evan’s life and an opportunity to celebrate a 2nd birthday since his diagnosis. May none of us take our lives for granted. We are given today and we have an…Keep Reading

Hosanna is Home!

Hosanna is Home!

“GKC Family, we are back from our month in India and we brought precious little Hosanna home with us! Our trip was not without hurdle as we had several delays on the paperwork, but God was with us and we ended up returning home just in time for Brandon to return to work from his approved leave period. At one point, they were telling us we would have to wait…Keep Reading

Barthelemy Family Adoption Shoe Drive

“We have been married for a little over 5 years and we are walking through the process of adoption. We have always felt like we would adopt, as we both made it clear that we were open to adoption early in our marriage. Over the past couple of years, we began to have a desire to grow our family. God slowly revealed His plan for us and has led us to…Keep Reading

Prayers for Phylis

“Let me tell you about an amazing family who is going through a rough time and needs help… Phylis and Fred Cobb, from Centerpoint, AL, have a beautiful family who they have discipled in the faith. They are now seeing the fruits of their labor as their 6 adult children are serving and leading in the church. This past fall, Phylis Cobb was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma Bone Cancer. Phylis…Keep Reading

January 2018 Update on the “Moon”

The year 2016 was the year of Evan’s brain cancer diagnosis and surgery. The year 2017 was the year of Evan’s dad being diagnosed and treated for thyroid cancer. We are declaring 2018 as the year of continued healing and recovery. Evan’s December MRI showed “no change” from the October MRI which is wonderful news because the October report was “stable and decreased”. The cancer area is visible as just…Keep Reading

Confessions of a Volunteer

“When I close my eyes I see this dreamscape as a field of marbled color like a burst kaleidoscope with children playing amongst a sea of dandelions and honey suckle, no one is hungry, no one is cold, no one is lonely, no one is sad. Love is a verb and people live in unison like music from a symphony, all in soothing peaceful rhythm and harmony.” This is what…Keep Reading

“Our China Doll”

“Often we get asked “how did you know that you were supposed to adopt?” or “why did you feel you should adopt?” We always answer “because God told us to.” We all have a t-shirt that we love to wear for many reasons: it’s yellow, it always draws peoples attention and it sparks many conversations. The front says “Why Adopt?” And under that it says: “For the Bible tells me…Keep Reading

I Cared Enough 2017

On November 21, 2017, Daniel Cason Ministries hosted their 12th annual “I Cared Enough” Thanksgiving week meal and food distribution at Fair Park Arena. Come one, come all, everyone was welcomed. Warmth, a hot meal, non-perishable food items, clothing, encouragement and prayer blessed the hearts of many. Approximately 5,000 people were loved on during the event. Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Mountain Brook Community Church and Liberty Church contributed food gathered through donations…Keep Reading

“Moon” Progress

“It is time again for an Evan update! We are happy to share the great news that his most recent MRI results are stable and decreased once again and no evidence of tumor tissue! He has been so blessed with prayers and encouragement and he shares that with everyone he meets. He does not miss an opportunity to tell his story. He has voluntarily been part of a quality of…Keep Reading

Burke Journey to Six – Shoe Drive

Grace Klein Community loves helping bring an adoptive child home to their forever family. Sometimes we help with yard sales or receiving funds for the adoptive family, but this time – it’s a SHOE drive. In partnership with Funds2Orgs, Grace Klein Community is hosting a SHOE DRIVE in support of the Burke Family Adoption… and WE NEED YOU. Consider donating those shoes you haven’t worn in a year, the pairs that your kiddos have outgrown,…Keep Reading

Seeing God in the “Storm”

“A storm doesn’t necessarily mean rain, thunder, lightning, etc. It can be a storm of emotions when facing a cancer diagnosis, the loss of a loved one, the end of a marriage. Storms leave us feeling like we have been pelted with hail from all directions, like we can’t breathe because the wind has been knocked out of us. Yet, consider these words in Isaiah 43:2: “When you pass through…Keep Reading

Grace Klein Community partners with Birmingham, Alabama Team Moxie to respond to Hurricane Harvey Survivors

Grace Klein Community was excited to receive the call from one of our community members of an initiative that he and some others began for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The community volunteers will be handling all coordination of this special relief effort. We operate as a community fueled by the love and energy of its members and are excited to mobilize volunteers to care for those in distress. Every…Keep Reading

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