Thursday, February 9, 2012

Megan has been found!

"He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart."                                                                 
                                     -Psalm 91:4

As of Wednesday, February 9th, at 3:00 pm Megan Elizabeth Montgomery was reunited with her family. 

On Tuesday evening her parents were made aware that her car had been found in "Over-The-Rhine," an area in Cincinnati, OH.  They, along with her brother Mark and other family members immediately made their way to Ohio to find her.  Once there, local news stations aired her story and they enlisted law enforcement to help.  After a long eight hours of searching with no answers, Tony, Megan's father, received a call from a woman that said she had Megan and that she was safe.  The woman took Megan to them and after their reunion she was taken to a local hospital to make sure she was ok. 

As of tonight, Megan is safe and at home with her parents.  They traveled from Ohio back to Georgia today and made a  stop at their church for a prayer/ praise meeting before going home. 

The Montgomery's are forever thankful for any and everyone who helped search, post messages on any social media network, contacted radio/ tv stations and those who prayed for Megan.     

Most of all they are thankful to their Savior, Jesus Christ who kept Megan "under His wings" during these devastating 12 days.  They never gave up hope and continued to believe in the promises of God. 

"I've always believed that miracles happen, but today we had one in our (own) lives." -- Father, Tony Montgomery


Thursday, February 2, 2012

Megan is still missing.  Day 6.

Sadly Megan has not been seen or heard from since Saturday, January 28th at 3:30pm.  Her 1997 green mustang with a beige hood has not been spotted either.

Tony and Aletha, her parents, are still desperately trying to find their daughter while trying to contain their composure.  Although it is very hard they are trying to live day to day hoping any moment their Meg will contact them.  They are very appreciative of all the positive/ compassionate comments and abundance of prayers.  Family and friends have created a wonderful support system for them and they are forever grateful.

At this point in time police nor large media stations such as News Stations can do anything further than the simple person to person notification, due to Megan's age.

Please take a few minutes and post this link on any media, websites or social media outlet you may have access to.  The internet is an amazing tool in situations like this, if used correctly.

Keep an eye out for Megan and her car.  She could be anywhere.  If you see her or her car please call 911 or The Montgomery's at 678-492-5767.

Tony & Aletha are holding tight to God's promises and believe He holds the future and is still performing miracles.