You realize that your blog just may get flagged as a terrorist outpost since you have linked to an Al Jazeera article, right??You've made it a long way, Heather. I'm real proud!
It's heartbreaking to look at these babies and know there's absolutely nothing I can do. And then I remember.Prayer is not nothingPrayer is everything.
Ugh, heartbreaking.Please tell me I have not missed the opportunity to welcome one of these angels into my home. I am in Houston. Please send my the info: firstname.lastname@example.orgYour Sister in Christ,Tricia
God forgive us for our apathy.Noforgive me for mine
So you mentioned before that you wanted people in the area who could adopt... but what do those of us out of state do if we want to get involved with adopting?
Great question. I think first, you start praying and talking together as a couple.I think it's important to research costs, agencies and whether or not you want to adopt internationally or domestically.If you know God has spoken to your heart about adoption, then I think it's wise to start saving money. Adoptions cost money.But more than anything, I think at any point believers can stay educated about the plight of the orphan, be informed, be an advocate, and defend them.I would recommend that anyone longing to know more about adoption, and God's strong heart for it read Adopted for Life by Russell D. Moore.Love you sweet Lindsey girl1Heather
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