Help Bring the Boys HOME!

Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress… -James 1:27 When we officially began our adoption journey in 2013, my end goal was adopting one child. We would complete paperwork, wait for our match, adopt our son, and move on with our…

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The Child That Wasn’t Mine

A not-so-short story about the persistence of prayer. And rainbows. In the spring of 2015, with a new baby in tow, my husband and I visited an orphanage in China. It was where our son Caleb lived for the first twelve and a half months of his little life. It was a terrible day. I…

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Back to China: Day 8

A little bonding between the bros before we started our day. Today was the orphanage visit. It didn’t mean much for Caston because he was only there a month before he was transferred to his foster center. It meant more for me to be there. I was so incredibly sick last year that I missed…

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