Adopting a younger child brings about its own sets of challenges, but adopting an older child does too. So this provokes the question, what can heal a child’s past? Older orphans have often been through some serious pain and trauma through no fault of their own. It is tragic, but while we can sense pain,… Continue reading Bitterly Broken, Hopeless… Yet Loved
My sister had a Bible on a table at her wedding. Guests were asked to find their favorite passage, circle it and sign beside it. I flipped through the Bible yesterday, and I think I’ll share a bunch of the passages. It amazes me what verses people circled. Each is full of encouragement and directions… Continue reading Life Encouragement
Count to two… …in the time it took you to do this, one orphan has aged out of a government system, into the world with no home or family. 38,493 children age out of the system every day; for most, no one is available to guide them and still they’ve never heard those three words… Continue reading You are Their Hope
I have my little sister’s wedding tomorrow! If one could create a modern day fairy tale, for most, it would likely begin with high school sweet-hearts–eyes for only each other a love that seems all-encompassing! Yet we know, perhaps all too well, that this doesn’t always lead to happily-ever-after, but when you add to this… Continue reading A Real Life Fairy Tale
Steve Saint, son of late missionary Nate Saint, develops inventions to help indigenous people groups reach other indigenous people groups for Christ. While testing one of his inventions, Steve Saint was paralyzed. This is his video describing his life and beliefs about following Christ through it all.
MORNING DEVOS Psalm 139: 13-18 “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place, when I… Continue reading Writing is My Passion