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Dear Family and Friends, 
I hope and pray that you are all well. We find ourselves, again, in the midst of a transition from below zero temperatures to sunny, warmer days. This change in nature reminds me of the parallel that is has to our own lives and the different seasons that we journey through. I find comfort knowing that no matter what changes occur in my life or that this world brings, our God stays the same. How beautiful!
When you have time I encourage you to take a walk outside, breathe the breath of life into your lungs, and intentionally delight in the creation that God has so gifted us. These are the little moments in life that I cherish, and I think that you might too:)
Thank you for your continued encouragements, love, prayers, and support; I am so grateful for you all!
Kalley Fosso
AT3 Apprentice 
Refuge Church
Willmar, Minnesota, USA
 
 
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Ministry Story

Every Wednesday evening, I have the opportunity to volunteer at Refuge Church with the kids' ministry team! Last week was my first time in this role, and it was a blast! I am in charge of running the tech throughout the program; the kids' have nicknamed me DJ Kalley. It is so fun to see their excitement to spend time together and learn about Jesus. My experience has reminded me of Matthew 19:14, "Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." Such a great reminder to have child-like faith with eagerness and joy to spend time with Jesus every rising sun.

*The hippo drawing is just one of my many doodles that I thought you might enjoy.

Update on Me

Walking this path of healing that God has me on has not been easy, but He has been teaching me many things. I am learning to be kind to myself and to give myself grace. I am learning how to continue to just be with the Lord - whether hiking in His creation, reading His words and drinking a cup of coffee, or just sitting in silence with Him. His love for both me and you is abounding:) He loves us just because He loves us. What an amazing God!

          Prayer Requests:
                    - That God continues to be my refuge during this season of healing, and that I turn to His open arms.
                     - For my family. Just in their own lives, but also that they have wisdom of how to love and support me during this season.
                      - For the kids at Refuge Church. That they continue to enjoy one another's company and have fun learning about Jesus.
 
AT3 Share
As I continue my program with AT3, I am transitioning my responsibilities and roles. I am helping the AT3 staff team with their administration and social media outlets. With my spiritual gifts of administration, creativity, and organization, I am absolutely enjoying these tasks. I am grateful to be using my gifts to serve the Lord! 
Above is one of the encouraging posts that I designed, but the main reason why I am sharing it with you all is because of the verse. "He makes everything beautiful in His time." Ecclesiastes 3:11. What a glorious thing to remember that - in this very moment - God is molding us into the men and women that He has created us to be. We can continue to have hope in Him and His words because our God is a God who keeps His promises! 
Please feel free to reach out to me anytime that you would like; I love hearing from my team! Thank again for your continued prayers and support! Sending love and God bless!

Your AT3 apprentice, 

Kalley
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