...............The Hellwig Family

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

The Newest Addition to our Family Assets!

Posted by Gabrielle

You may remember that a little while back we made a loving farewell to our Dodge van and have been a one-car family since. Our several-year-old Ford 15-passenger van has been a trusty vehicle, but we decided it was time for a second car and the Lord faithfully provided the funds to welcome our...

2010 Mercury Grand Marquis! It's been a long time since we've had anything other than two 15-passenger vans!

It is definitely a change having a four-door sedan again!

Friday, March 25, 2011

A Plague in the Land

Posted by Gabrielle

Friends and Family,

  • Over the years, abortion has continued to rise in our nation.
  • Millions of innocent unborn babies have been murdered since Margaret Sanger created planned parenthood.
  • In the year 2009, over 7,000 babies in Wake County alone were murdered under "pro choice".

We have been convicted of our apathy when, throughout the nation, women are being brainwashed into murdering their unborn babies under the guise of "choice." Records have shown a steady rise in abortions, with over 7,000 unborn babies murdered in Wake County, NC only. Rising as a beacon of light in this dark world is the Pregnancy Support Services of Wake Forest, an organization which truly understands the sanctity of life and seeks to encourage women who find themselves pregnant to keep their babies, and they provide moral, spiritual, and physical support for them. In order to do this, they need help. We are seeking, during this fundraiser, to provide them adequate funds to help them continue this ministry.   And our question to you is this: Would you consider joining with us in prayer and possibly financial support as the Lord leads?
Timothy, Arianne, and I have put together a team fundraiser page which you can visit HERE.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Flowers from the Garden Market at...

Posted by Gabrielle

Colonial Williamsburg!

We recently returned from a wonderful three-day trip to Colonial Williamsburg with friends. Here are a sampling of the gorgeous flowers at the garden market.



I'm not sure exactly what this one was, but I think it's a columbine...any corrections?