Eight and a half year have gone by now. Time is something that can not be rushed but it can be wasted. Waiting on things to happen or change, to grow or be born all takes patience. Seek God and read his words. This to shall pass. We will be stronger and wiser. Most of all with closer to Him.
To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.
God Bless us all,
Click here to listen as Josi Engle sings Here’s My Heart
I will write a introduction to what WildfarmKids has been doing. It’s been 101 months since Joshua passed away.
For now; I ask for prayers for our world as we are in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. We ask that you trust God and know He is listening. Together we will get through this and together with random acts of kindness helping one another, we are all be blessed
God give us courage and patience to trust and obey. Let us shelter in place on our own as much as possible. AMEN
Faith is our foundation.
Family keeps us focused.
Friends keep us engaged.
Fellowship is a blessing.
Farm is our refuge from chaos.
Freedom let’s us choose to protect our loved ones and ourselves.
Click here to listen as Josi Engle sings Here’s My Heart
This website has been around since 2012 and oh the people and places we have reached. We talk and share our information in person, on social media and also send out letters and flyers. The worry of not reaching enough families crosses our mind daily. Every conversation with new people I meet is ended with me saying “One more thing” and then I ask them to take a look at the website. If they ask questions, I answer. I have never had a bad experience doing that. God is alway included and I know it is part of His Plan. Many times the people have a story to share with me about the “activity” and I listen and tell them that they can use their story to help warn parents. I say God Bless You for sharing. It is who I am. It comes easy for me to talk about Joshua and God.
I know God has a plan and I know that having a strong family of faith is key.
We love our Church, it was where I asked Jesus into my heart in March 1975. I still have that King James Bible. After Joshua passed away we all started going there. A new start for the family and coming home for me…
It is a blessing to see Josi with that same musical talent Joshua had and watching her sing for the congregation. And what a song. “Who you say I am” by Hillsong. Watching her sing, sharing her faith and a testament to all that life goes on and we never forget and we never quit on Jesus because Jesus never quits on us!
If you would like to watch Josi sing with the worship team click “here“. You can also see more of her singing at WildfarmKidsVids on YouTube.
God Bless you all!
We want to take a moment and say please remember that God wants us to carry each others burdens. If you need to talk or vent, mad or sad, maybe you just need to be heard. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are here for you and want to lift you up. We see you as friends and God placed us in each other’s lives for a reason. What can we do to help you, guide you, hear you.
“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. Galatians 6:2″
Blessings to you all as we enter into the second week of 2020. May this year be filled with people who lift you and encourage you to be your best.
Photo is Joshua July 7th 2011. He was helping Aaron that day and was carrying tagged corn stalks that had been recorded. Joshua was very proud to be helping Aaron in the field.
“Lay an 8 on its side and it is the symbol of infinity. ∞ ”
Its been just over 8 years since GOD called Joshua Engle Home to be with HIM for all eternity, an infinite number and has no end just as GODs Love for us has no end.
Today is the beginning of Advent. As a Christian family we celebrate the birth of JESUS CHRIST on December 25. JESUS is the Gift of Salvation that we are blessed to receive when we open our heart and ask HIM into our life.
Christmas is a season of giving thanks and rejoicing in the blessings GOD has given us, most importantly HIS SON.
This season is not about money or how many things you think you need to buy someone. It’s about Love, Kindness, Fellowship and Sharing the Life of Jesus with others.
Each year beginning December 1st I read one chapter of the book of Luke from the Bible a day. I am asking all the friends and family of Wildfarmkids to do this also and by Christmas Eve you will have read the whole story of Jesus from birth to ascension with me. Luke was told all about Jesus and thought this treasure of knowledge was so important that he wrote it down for all of us to know. Luke also wrote the book of Acts and the two go hand in hand in the Bible.
Our family knows that Joshua believed in GOD so much that he shared JESUS and stories from the bible with his friends. We know Joshua is Home with JESUS now in Heaven. We thank GOD for the promise of Salvation everyday HE offers all to receive.
God bless you and keep you safe all this glorious season.
Love; WildfarmKids Family
Are kids really dying playing the choking game?
YOU TELL ME…
These are a few of the many who lost their life to this deadly activity having no idea what the cost could be.
October is Choking game Awareness month.
Please take action and help us get information to all parents.
Sharing with Love,
🎬VIDEO CREDIT – Debbie LaRocque
Mind your manners, it matters.
Its not all about winning or losing; its how you play the game.
In a household with 6 kids we have been to countless sporting events. We would like to remind our fellow sports fans that it is very easy to get carried away and that excited fans can get frustrated in a split second. Please be mindful and remember how we act at a sporting event also reflects our character in daily life. Be the encouraging fan and not the bully. Things go sideways and how we respond in respectful ways is key. Everyone around us sees our behavior, especially the young fans and players. Don’t be the “Bleacher Bully” the players do hear you and although you walk away, that player hears your voice for a long time.
Be a role model for encouragement and compassion. Don’t get arrogant with a good play or hostile for a bad one. Have fun and remember there is always a next time in sports.
PSA brought to you by WildfarmKids