We’ve reached a baker’s dozen! Welcome to podcast episode 13.
In the fall of 2010, Bridget and R.C. moved from Oklahoma to Florida to be a part of an organic expression of God’s Family. They left biological, or natural, family to do so. It was heartbreaking, painful, exciting, and totally of the Lord. Three years later, Tyrone and Alison left their natural family behind in Washington state to move to Oklahoma for the same purpose: to be a part of an organic expression of God’s Family.
These four saints are not the only ones to ever do this. Both groups in Florida and Oklahoma have seen multiple families move to be a part of the fellowship. While this is not necessarily common practice, it isn’t necessarily that rare, either. Oh, okay, it’s pretty rare. Not unheard of, but rare.
So, Bridge and R.C. sat down with Tyrone and Alison to ask them about their experience in moving. That was Bridge’s and R.C.’s plan. Then the four saints sat with the Lord for a few minutes, and he altered the course of the conversation just a little. Instead of focusing on the move, He wanted to focus on family.
So, the question for this episode is this:
In moving for the Lord, what did He call you unto?
This is part two of the conversation. This time the conversation revolves around moving for God and His Family, and how being a family is a part of His eternal purpose. Have you moved to be a part of God’s Family? Have experienced God’s Family without having to move? Please tell us some of your experiences and thoughts in the comments; we’d love to hear from you.