Friday, October 28, 2016

Don't MIss this Free Bonus Devotional

Free Bonus Devotional "Praying for Our Pets" available online now at:

There's also a link for a free chapter if you want to view more of the actual book "Family Prayer Made Easy."

May God bless you in powerful ways!

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Precious Adopted RoxyBelle Plays Peek-a-Boo with Kids

Update from Sister Frankie on RoxyBelle:

My girl Roxybelle is growing like a weed and so is Mr. Three he is the center dark headed goat in this photo. Surprising they are about the same age and neither one can be picked up and held anymore.

Roxybelle is playing peek-a-boo around the fence post with them this morning. Notice how fluffy she is getting. She is growing her undercoat and changing patterns. The black on her legs is shedding off and she may have all tan legs after, not sure yet.  She also has a bit of gold coming in across her shoulders, neck, and upper back.  She was considered 'blanket' pattern, but they change so much that she may actually end up a 'saddle' pattern. Only God knows.

Love to you all,
Sis Frankie

Friday, October 14, 2016

Thank You to Everyone who Joined us at B&N

What a wonderful Family Prayer Made Easy Book Celebration we enjoyed Saturday evening! Thank you to all of the most lovely friends, family, church groups and cherished souls who came out to Barnes and Noble, Zona Rosa! We had an incredible time together!

To those who missed the event: If you buy a copy of the book this weekend, please let me know, and I will send you a signed, personalized book plate. It's a great time for Christmas gifts! I'd be happy to get that out to you, just let me know how many and where to send. May God truly bless you!

May all of His greatest joys be yours! Praise Jesus :-)

Friday, September 30, 2016

Family and Kids Celebration Saturday, Oct. 8

Family Prayer Made Easy Book Celebration at 

Barnes and Noble, Zona Rosa, 8625 Northwest Prairie View Rd, Kansas City, MO 64153

Saturday, October 8 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Special St. Francis Day Box - Free for Your Congregation or Ministry

You can still order your kits at

St. Francis Day in a Box!

Continue in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi and deepen your celebrations with our multimedia kit
Explore animal protection issues in your faith community during the season of St. Francis and beyond with our free St. Francis Day in a Box! Start a pet food collection, small group discussion, or plan a film event. The “box” is designed to inspire ideas for animal protection projects that you can do year-round.
Your 2016 "box" includes:
  • Animals in the Kingdom: Enjoy a discount on the curriculum for the 8-week video series, which brings faith and science together to explore animal issues.
  • The HSUS Fill the Bowl Project, pet food collection promotion kit
  • Eating Mercifully, documentary on DVD by The HSUS. Dive into the ethical considerations of factory-farming issues in this compelling short film.
  • Vegangelical: A discount coupon on “Vegangelical: How caring for animals can shape your faith,” by Sarah Withrow King, from Zondervan.
  • Way of Love: A discount coupon on “Way of Love: Recovering the Heart of Christianity,” by Dr. Norman Wirzba, from HarperCollins.
  • Tofurky: Try recipes with products from Tofurky! Get started with a coupon and whip up a masterpiece for your next church potluck!
  • Kind News reveals the beauty and wonder of the animals who share our world while also exploring the challenges they face. This 8-page magazine, published bimonthly during the school year, encourages kids to coexist humanely with animals, celebrate the human-animal bond, and become active in efforts to protect animals.

When you order, you’ll also receive a list of more online ideas, including links for animal protection ministry projects to keep you going long after St. Francis Day!
Order your free kit today!

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Update on New Adoptive RoxyBelle Sweetheart from Frankie

Roxybelle just had her 6 month birthday and has grown a lot in the last month. It's not easy to keep her still long enough for a photo. She loves laying in the monkey grass around one of our Live Oak trees. She really does add a lot of joy to my life. I thank God for my sweet girl.
Have a blessed day,
Sis Frankie

Friday, August 5, 2016

Meet Roxybelle

This is my dear friend Frankie's new adoptive baby girl, Roxybelle! Isn't she a most precious puppy?! She is full of energy and fully loved. Thank God for this new addition to Frankie's family :-)

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Join us for a
Celebrating Adoption –

Families for Adoption Picnic

 Saturday, June 4th at Noon. 

 Pleasant Valley Baptist Church

 1600 N. 291 Hwy., Liberty, MO in the Well and Playground.

Everyone touched by adoption or interested in adoption, foster care, orphan care or care for children who need homes are welcome.  

Food provided. Feel free to bring a dish or dessert to share. Please RSVP to Kimber Daniels at or Susan Eason at today! 

Monday, May 2, 2016

Miracle Overcomes Abuse, Helps Others Recover Through Pet Therapy
Former hunting dog now brings joy and comfort to both people and pets
Foxhound dog plays in grass

Ben Forman will never forget the story of how his dog Miracle came to Homeward Bound, an animal welfare group in London, Kentucky.
In the fall of 2011, a woman was driving down a rural road and saw 2 men had pulled their truck to the side of the road. They had guns, which they were using to beat on something in the dirt behind the truck. Terrified, the woman held back and waited until the men cleared out.

They had left their victim behind in a ditch. The purebred foxhound likely was abandoned because she had failed at her hunting duties.

The woman took the dog — with one eye missing, broken bones and a fractured skull that led to a traumatic brain injury — to Homeward Bound.
Amazingly, their veterinarian was able to heal her physical injuries. Her emotional scars took a little more time. But that’s where Ben and Kristen Forman came in. Learn More about this Miracle Dog:

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Want to Adopt a Pet?

Shelter Pet Project enables you to select a pet
from a shelter in your area available for adoption!

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Love Your Pet Giveaway!

     LoveYourPet-Blog1Do you love your pet? Then you’ll LOVE this giveaway! Enter to win one copy each of Cat Tales and Dog Tales by Teresa Herbic AND a custom painted pet pillow from artist Marie Ploof! Entering is easy! Just FILL OUT THIS BRIEF FORM and we’ll draw a random winner on Friday, February 26. May God bless you :-)

About Cat Tales: Cat Tales is a practical and fun way to teach children about the significant fruit of the Spirit, while enjoying the sensational adventures of nine real cats. Cat Tales shares the stories of nine remarkable cats exploring nine abundant lives. During their experiences, they learn about the importance of God’s plan, while they each exhibit a fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control (Galatians 5:22-23, NLT). Cats tell stories from their own perspective. Each cat, related to one another, was adopted by the author and her family.

About Dog Tales: Let’s emBARK upon a whole new journey with eight real adopted dogs, their friends, and family! As these incredible canines discover the blessings of following God’s plan, we laugh and learn more about life, ourselves and our Creator. Dog Tales is based on the Beatitudes, part of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:3-12). For each Beatitude, a special adopted pet represents and exhibits the important character Jesus calls for His followers. Dog Tales gets pup close and personal with these amazing dogs—adopted by the author and her family—and also features other adoptive pet friends. As you visit each tale, may you be motivated through stories of God’s love, humility, mercy, hope, courage, compassion, peace and joy.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Street Dog from India, Amazing Rescue
When Animal Aid Unlimited received a call about a dog wandering the streets in rural India, they weren’t sure about what to expect. They heard that the dog had a severely swollen face from some sort of injury, but they still had no way of knowing just how bad it was.
When they finally found the poor pup, they realized just how dire the situation had become.
The dog’s face had become so swollen from an abscess that he hardly even looked liked a dog anymore.