The relationship between a mother and her child is a close relationship. That relationship should not be broken or each will have a broken heart.
Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
Pastor Gabriel Young, M.D. and Pastor Peychen Young who lead the Shekinah World Mission Center, want people to know that their Mission and church stand with Yi Tai Shao aka Linda Shao. Shao faces contempt court changes in the latest twist in a long running custody battle before a California Family Court. SWMC is an international Christian mission registered with the Secretary of the State of the US. They operate a church, the Shekinah Mission Center, and missions in China, Taiwan, and other countries.
“First Corinthians 13:4 states: 'Charity suffereth long, and is kind.' While forgiveness is ordained by God, I hope the court will extend such 'charity' to Ms. Shao. The mother came to me with a broken heart. She spent three years trying to have a second child, and endured six months of bed rest before giving birth to a little girl, all with the hope of seeing the child grow up. We hope to seem them reunited, especially during the Christmas holiday, when people everywhere are enjoying time together with their families,” says Pastor Peychen Young, of the Shekinah World Mission Center.
Pastor Young further stated, “I have two parrots. At one time I separated the pair. As time went by, I observed that both of them looked sad and lacked appetites. When I put them back in a single cage and saw their renewed happiness, this led me to think of this case. All animals, including human beings, need to know intimacy and charity. The relationship between a mother and her child is a close relationship. That relationship should not be broken or each will have a broken heart.
“I wish to see Ms. Shao and her child together and happy again, just like my two parrots."
The contempt proceeding is at Sunnyvale Family Court of Santa Clara County, Department 82, where Judge Theodore Zayner is presiding, Case Number 105FL126882.
For details, please contact the mother at (408) 873-3888; shaoyitai(at)gmail(dot)com.