Kay was our 2019 speaker at Calvary Horse Camp, a week long camp for Oregon foster girls. As she ministered to the girls throughout the week in seven different speaker sessions, it was clear that the perfect wisdom and providence of God brought her to our ministry.
Because of Kay’s personal experiences with childhood trauma and abuse and her deep love for the Lord, she was able to relate to the girls on a deeply personal level and authentically share her message of hope and love through Jesus Christ.
According to Steve Saint, “People want to see Christ followers who have scars where they have wounds.” This is exactly what happened at our camp. Kay’s scars and the girls’ wounds were perfectly aligned. Only God can orchestrate things like this, and I’m convinced that He had her involvement in our ministry planned long, long ago, even as Kay herself was suffering childhood trauma.
The disciples, asking about the man who was blind from birth, heard Jesus reply, “It was not that this man sinned, or his parents, but that the works of God might be displayed in him.” John 9:3
Praise God that the works of God have been displayed in Kay to the comfort, encouragement, and hope of foster girls in Oregon.