Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Body

So many times I hear stories depicting where the body of Christ has fallen short.  Fear of being inconvenienced, selfishness, and sometimes just not recognizing the needs may be reasons that we miss opportunities to serve others. Last weekend, I … Continue reading

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Gold Medal Day

Yesterday was the day that I would never wish on anyone.  I would love to rewind and get a do-over and at least change my part. I’m not sure how it happened, but apparently my children thought they were in … Continue reading

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Ethiopia, Here We Come!

We are so excited.  Finally, after seeing their faces through pictures for a year, we will meet K and J face to face!   There are so many emotions bouncing around inside of me right now, but happiness is definitely the … Continue reading

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A Child’s Wish

Alia’s goal for our time in the states was to learn how to swim. Yes, she is 9 and can’t swim due to her neglectful parents.  Before you cast to many stones my way, try to understand that we don’t … Continue reading

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Changes in Policy

International adoption is constantly changing.  Foreign countries want their children to be safe.  I understand that and I agree that adoptions should be ethical. Last spring, in an effort to solve some adoption problems, Ethiopia began requiring all perspective parents … Continue reading

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