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Have you seen our new addition yet?

If you didn't read my blog yesterday you probably haven't.  You might want to go back and see all the photos I posted yesterday but for now, here is a photo of Max and Maddie enjoying a meal together. 



We are really impressed by Maddie's giving spirit.  She is getting along GREAT with Max.  Yesterday Dustin gave Maddie a piece of pizza crust.  Normally she would just scarf it down as she loves them.  Instead she took it right to Max!  It's like she's mothering Max in the way she lovingly cares for him whether she brings him a toy or lets him have the pizza crust.  She even stands back and offers her food or drink in the bowl to him first!

This is what happens when you raise Christian dogs.  The follow the golden rule and prefer one another in love.  :)  

In other news, we had our last service yesterday as Northside AG!  Somebody shout now!  Six more days til' Celebration!  We had a fantastic service yesterday as well as leadership meeting last night and anticipation is high. 

Comments

Ruth, PA said…
Deanna, can we catch your Sun am service on the net? Hope your week goes w/o a glitch! Praying for all of you!
Love to you
Michael Gibson said…
Love the doggies and the entire fam. Will be praying for great results this Sunday!
Tina Blount said…
I'm so happy for the entire family!!
Congratulations on your new addition! He's so sweet! Glad to hear the puppies are getting along, and Maddie is doing so well.

I don't think my cats are saved....we're still praying...

Praying for your new beginnings!

Love you!

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