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Tooling through Recovery

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Please keep stepping. I am following you, watching. Please keep serving. I am needing you, calling. Please keep sharing. I am learning from you, listening. Please keep praying. I am kneeling with you, awakening. Please keep reading. I am quoting you, speaking. Please keep confiding. I am counting on you, protecting. Please keep planning. I am writing with you, abstaining. Please keep acting. I am stretching with you, growing. Please keep fellowshipping. I am meeting with you, connecting. Please keep sponsoring. I am renewing with you, recovering. Please keep stepping. I am working with you, tooling. — Sherylyn P., Raleigh,

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