Reaching out to the world that God so loved.


               Having FUN helping others and serving HIM!

  When God's children are in need, be the one to help them out.  Romans 12:13a NLT

Our lives are forever changed, but our faith is made stronger.

At 7:27 PM on December 28th, 2010 our little Hannah went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ - Yeshua the Messiah.

She was playing with her cousins and friends in Ellensberg, WA when she complained of a headache. Her Aunt Lisa gave her a Children's Tylenol and held her and stroked her hair before tucking her in for a nap. When Lisa's friend Katie checked on Hannah, she found her unresponsive and not breathing. They called 911 and performed CPR for 36 minutes before the Paramedics made their way up the snowy canyon road.

At the hospital, it was determined that Hannah had suffered a brain hemorrhage. There was no injury or illness, it was just something she was born with that God had held off until now. She was transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, WA where they installed drain in her head to relieve the pressure and put her on a respirator.

Hannah never regained consciousness but her heart held on until her mother, sister and I could hold her and kiss her.

Hannah was such an amazing little girl and everyone who met her knew her smile and love for life. We have absolute faith in God and believe that He will use this to do great and mighty things in the future. We ask all of you to make the decision right now to accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior and receive the free gift of Eternal Salvation. We do not know what tomorrow will bring and forever is a long time to be separated from the Love of Christ.

We would love to hear what Hannah meant to you and what you remember of her. We can be reached at:


Lindquist Family
744 Park Ave. NE
Ocean Shores, WA 98569

Now go and hug someone, make amends with those you are estranged from and spend time with your family and friends. Today is the perfect time and tomorrow may never happen.

Thank you for all of your prayers,



We are waiting for Adonai; he is our help and shield.
For in him our hearts rejoice, because we trust in his holy name.
May your mercy, Adonai, be over us, because we put our hope in you.
Psalm 33:20-22

Dear Friends and Family,

We want to thank you for your prayers and support. We have been blessed by your gifts of cards, food and finances, but most of all by your prayers. We can feel God's Holy presence surrounding us and keeping our spirits up. We trust God to do what He has promised in His word, to Love us and never leave us, to provide for our every need, to lift us up when we are down and to guide us in all that we do.

Hannah gave her life to Jesus when she was just five years old and we were blessed to see her sharing her faith with adults and children alike. Jesus wasn't some mysterious name that she only heard in Sunday School, He was as real to her as we were and she knew Him as her loving and personal Saviour. She lived life to it's fullest and loved everyone she met. It didn't matter what your age, color, gender or nationality was. It made no difference if you were blind, deaf or disabled – she was thrilled to play with you and share her love of Jesus.

God has used this sad time to do many wonderful things. People have told us how their faith has been strengthened and that if a little girl can share the love of Jesus, so can they.

While we miss our little girl very much, we know that we will be with her for eternity in Heaven.

May the God of the universe richly bless you,

Rich, Ashlee and Jennifer Lindquist