Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Saving Charlie from WA State Child Protective Services

KOMO 4, in Seattle, describes it as, "Two Months of Hell," as the State tries to take a couple's "miracle baby."

Charlie Luke Gragg was born September 6, 2009. Weighing 1 pound, 5 ounces, at 25 weeks, Charlie was struggling for his life.

His father, John Gragg, serving with the National Guard, had been flown in from deployment in Afghanistan.

Premature and struggling to stay alive, Charlie would become a "miracle baby".

However, the greatest challenge would involve Washington State Child Protective Services' attempt to take Charlie from his parents and place him in a foster home.

KOMO 4 has done an
excellent story on this struggle titled, "Two Months of Hell: State Tries To Take Couple's 'Miracle Baby'."

Please take a moment and watch this.

You will be touched by the story of this Port Orchard couple. I hope you will be reminded that parents must always be vigilant. Particularly when it involves the State.

Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful. Be Blessed.

___________________
Gary Randall
President
Faith and Freedom

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2 comments:

  1. Why is it the police seem to be instantly there when you don't need them, but not available when you do? From hospital, claims about baby's care might be negative response (revenge) or guilt?
    My niece fought doctors/hospital system over a birth defects terminally ill baby that they wanted to 'probe-analyze-research-test' and 'institutionalize'. A mothers love kept that baby at home, alive and responsive for more than a year- long past her expected life span. Ok. Co., WA

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  2. Pastor Randall:

    Could you please update everyone on the Referendum 71 case? Isn't there going to be a trial soon?

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