Abigail (Abbi), our eldest child, is 17.  She starting her Senior year at Farmington High School.  She enjoys singing, playing the piano, auxiliary percussion, drawing, and reading.  She is very active in church life and enjoys spending time with her siblings and her friends.  Abbi has grown so much in the last several months.

This summer Abbi participated in her 4th year at The Emerging Sound Camp, a song writing camp that is run by Jennie Lee Riddle and People & Songs.  She is very excited to be part of this camp.  One of the songs she co-wrote, House United, was selected to be on The Emerging Sound album from the 2015 Camp in Tyler, Texas.  She also has another song that she co-wrote, Jesus Is Here, that was selected to be on the 2017 Emerging Sound album. The album should be available to purchase soon.

Abbi loves singing and playing for the Lord.  She is very creative and likes to create things from scratch.  She is enjoys sketching and drawing.  Abbi made a profession of faith while we were living in Tallahassee, Florida.  I know that Jesus has impacted her life in many ways.  The Holy Spirit is continuing His work in her as she is growing and maturing in her faith.  Pray for Abbi to have the courage and the fortitude to stand strong in her faith in a very secular world.  Abbi has a strong desire for her friends at school to have a relationship with Jesus. She has been asked to be an officer for S.O.S., a student led Bible study group at her High School called Standing on Scripture and teaches there regularly.  She has asked us to pray for several of her friends who are searching for God.  Pray that she will continue to point her friend(s) to Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior.  Abigail is also addicted to Starbucks!

1 Response to Abigail

  1. The Brady's Blog..Not Home Yet says:

    I am not surprised by any of this! Miss this girl! 🙂


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