She did not mention where she and her family would be moving to next, though they have lived in various cities around the world because of her husband Michel Franken’s job in a multinational company.
“What’s more exhausting than moving out of and into a house? Moving out of town… what’s more exhausting than that? Moving in the midst of a pandemic. As my own plans and dreams of what would be fade into the background,” she said in her post.
Moving out is a choice, Forster believes and she is reminded “YET AGAIN that God is always in control”.
“He ultimately has our best interests at heart. We can only listen intently and trust in the answers we receive and pray we chose the right path,” she said.
The pandemic has ultimately made plans change for the actress and she and her family have received signs that they have to move out.
“COVID changed everything for our plans to be here for a longer period but with all the answers we received it was clear that this next step is the right choice,” she mused.
“As difficult as the last few months have been with all the uncertainty and now surrendering all thoughts of all that could have been, I trust what He sent us here to do was done,” she said, adding that the “price we pay for being obedient is nothing compared to the blessings He gives us in return.”
As it is two weeks shy of 2021, Forster admits she has become an “emotional wreck,” what with the various “errands, paperwork, packing, car sale, house turn over and house hunting.”
“I just felt like I needed to take this time to remind everyone reading this… that we can’t let our fears and selfish wants dictate our future. Learn to surrender in faith and in [love],” she said.
Believing that God has our back, she is sending big virtual hugs to all who are weary.
Giving encouragement, she said, “We got this.” NVG