January 22, 2006

Pray for Jackson Bortz

Another case of CPS abuse that is unbelievable to read is found here. Such a sad story. The little brother fell and hit his head and died... and CPS took the family's other child away before the funeral service and is not allowing him to come to be with his family during their grieving. There is a court hearing tomorrow at 9AM. Please pray for them and the prevention of more CPS abuse.


mommy to four j's said...

I will be praying for them

Sheri said...

Isn't that a horrible story! It just breaks my heart.

I have a friend who is having a baby any day and she works a really odd shift at work and needs someone to watch the baby for a couple of hour overlap. I was all prepped to do it, but then all of these CPS cases came to mind and all I could think was "What if..."

It's sad that this society is prevented from jumping up to help someone in need due to fear of government. (Wow...I'm getting political in my old age)



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