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unroe and Turnquest grew up watching their mother care for many of Current Island’s children. In addition to raising her nine children, Munroe and Turnquest’s mother provided a safe home for children when their parents temporarily left the area to pursue work or educational opportunities. She housed these children for weeks or even months at a time. The sisters grew up watching their mother lovingly care for many children, and saw firsthand the power of their mother’s ministry. Little did they know, they would be doing the same thing one day. As they got older, the sisters started their own lives and God continued preparing them. Munroe had five children of her own and worked tirelessly at the local church. Turnquest became a teacher, worked at social services, started and taught an adult literacy program. Although Turnquest had a busy schedule, she found the time to do what her mother taught her and her sister, to help others. Looking after children for short periods of time was something she enjoyed. She loved it so much she decided to become a foster parent. She quickly filled out and submitted the necessary paperwork, she just needed the government to process the paperwork. „

Heartland LIVING August September 2016


Heartland Living Aug-Sep 2016  
Heartland Living Aug-Sep 2016  

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