We first met Jenna at the New Mexico Girls Ranch when she was 13. She had been placed there because her adoptive parents decided her issues were beyond their comfort zone. This child was not only hurt by her birth parents through abuse and neglect, but also by her adoptive parents, with rejection and the inability to accept her. When Jenna’s time at the Ranch was over, she had no choice but to return to her adoptive family who made her, and her brother live in a trailer in the back of their house with no hot water. Even though Social Services did nothing to help the young teens. Jenna excelled and went on to serve three years in The National Guard and one tour in Iraq. Ironically by the grace of God, Jenna ended up in the same city as us, and we have reconnected with her. During her military career, something happened to Jenna that left her with further PTSD. As the result, she was unable to remain in Military Service and lost all her benefits and ended up incarcerated for a while. In the meantime, custody of her son was stolen from her, and her daughter lives hundreds of miles away. Our prayer is to cover all aspects of Jenna’s emotional needs, legal issues credit repair, possible relocation near her children, and home ownership.