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Something New - Agape House - Hope and Healing for Girls and Boys in Need

27 Jun

Summer Office Hours: CLOSED THURSDAY, 6/28/18

We will do our best to be here these hours, but it might be a good idea to call before coming . . . sometimes I am the only one here, and I get called away on another task. Thank you!
Tuesday to Thursday
10 am to 4 pm
Office: 262.275.6466


Dear Friends:

“Look, I am about to do something new; even now it is coming. Do you see it? Indeed, I will make a way in the wilderness, rivers in the desert.”  ~ Isaiah 43:19

Something new. It is coming! Do you see it? Or are you not even looking?

With summer officially here, time will be enjoyed by all with vacations, summer camps, beach days, picnics and catching up with old friends. It is full. I admit to being caught up in the daily grind and all the fun to be had while doing so. I don’t always quiet myself to take the time to look at what’s to come. Then, when the new arrives and hits me square in the eyes, I question where that came from! But the truth is, God is always speaking to us, revealing Himself to us and showing us glimpses of what He has on the horizon for us. With our busy lives, do we make time to allow the new? I recently heard a bold statement that is still stepping on my toes ….. “If you are too busy, you are wasting God’s time”. That’s right: God’s time; not mine!

Something new is coming. Do you see it? Are you using His time wisely?

Blessings . . .


Praises for:

All the staff and volunteers who have made end of year clean-up and organizing for the upcoming year happen!

The girls who are able to re-unify with their families for the summer break

A time of reflection and refreshing for our house staff as they take the summer off.

Prayers for:

A new lead teacher for the School

Staff retreat: For the staff to unify, vision cast and pray over the upcoming school year’s needs

The families that are considering Agape for their daughter for the 2018-19 school year.

Jan Baker