This morning my thoughts traveled along To a place in my life where days have long since gone Beholding an image of what I used to be As visions were stirred, and God spoke to me

He showed me a Warrior, a soldier in place Positioned by Heaven, yet I saw not the face I watched as the Warrior fought enemies That came from the darkness with destruction for me

I saw as the Warrior would dry away tears As all of Heaven's Angels hovered so near I saw many wounds on the Warrior's face Yet weapons of warfare were firmly in place

I felt my heart weeping, my eyes held so much As God let me feel the Warrior's prayer touched I thought "how familiar" the words that were prayed The prayers were like lightning that never would fade

I said to God, "please, the Warrior's name" He gave no reply, He chose to refrain I asked, "Lord, who is broken that they need such a prayer?" He showed me an image of myself standing there

Bound by confusion, lost and alone I felt prayers of the Warrior carry me home I asked "Please show me Lord, this Warrior so true" I watched and I wept, for Mother - the Warrior was you!!



 

Finding this website was the best thing that has happened to me in a long time, I cannot express how happy I am that I am finally not alone in this situation anymore. Thank you all of you for just being there!!!!!!!!! HOORAY HOORAY HOORAY

"Hi Beverly ~ It was great to talk to you today...AND I forgot to say THANK-YOU!!!! for developing your web site for people like me.  When no one else was there ~ when no one "understood" how I felt ~ you and all of those wonderful non-custodial moms WERE THERE.  That is priceless.  You have a very special place in my heart and many other hearts for your hard work and compassion..”

NANCM has been my lifeline since I stumbled upon the website 4 months ago. The support, understanding and information has proved invaluable to me as I struggle with my NCM status.

" I found this website tonight. What a wonderful way to look for advice, support and a sounding board. For sooo long I felt as though I was alone. There is no way that anyone can understand the pain we feel unless they have experienced it themselves."

Sydney, NSW

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