Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Join Us!

Please join us for an evening of prayer and fellowship for waiting and interested families. We will gather this Tuesday from 7- 9 p.m. at New Song Christian Church on Old Henry Rd. We will give time for questions and answers as well as prayer for families, team, and children. Everyone is asked to bring a dessert or a liter of soda please. See you there!

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Waiting Kids

We have several older waiting children that need help finding families. Presently we have a sibling group of four (ages 7 months, 3, 7, and 10) as well as two sibling groups with one child in each that is HIV+. Please help us bring these children home! (Children depicted in this photo are not available for adoption)

Sunday, July 20, 2008

When Hope has a Name

Thanks to everyone who helped make this class session a success. We had 11 prospective adoptive families learning and sharing together through our course, When Hope Has a Name. Twenty-one waiting parents hoping to bring home children from Taiwan, Ukraine, Ethiopia, Haiti, and Russia coming together to learn how to be the parents their children will need. So inspiring and exciting! Our next course will be held in September...log on to to register.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Project G.L.O.W. shines in Ethiopia

I recently returned from a second trip to Ethiopia where I joined our new partners Kingdom Vision International. God did amazing things in a relatively short period of time. We traveled to Nazret and Addis where I was so blessed to visit many children who are waiting for sponsors or adoptive families. I was also able to meet several of the children's mothers who were precious and faithful women of God, courageously making the choice of adoption as they faced uncertainty with HIV.

We were able to visit children and their mothers who were already in a sponsorship program through KVI. It was wonderful to see the impact that had been made with a small but consistent gift. When asked, "If you could have anything, what would you pray for?" one child simply replied, "a blanket and a chair". What joy it brought us to play a part in answering his prayer that afternoon!