Orphan Sunday–Advice Needed.

Don’t know what Orphan Sunday is?  Click on the button to the left to find out all about it.  I’ve been asked to stand up in church on Orphan Sunday and discuss our experience with adoption, and more importantly, living outside of what people view as the “norm” for a family in today’s society.  I’m […]

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Shades of Grey.

I learned so many lessons from the four times that I visited Ghana in the last 16 months, way too many lessons to count.  Some of them were cultural, some of them were just life experience, but all were just totally humbling.  Most of these lessons brought me to my knees.  They made me realize […]

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Orphan Sunday 2010

Even though it’s not until November, Christian Alliance for Orphans is already looking for ways that they can spur people on to create change for orphans worldwide.  If you’ve never heard of Orphan Sunday, it gives us, as Christians, a chance to take up orphan causes and raise advocacy right where you live.  If you […]

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Helping Right the Wrong.

There is a family that lost a lot with the demise of the orphanage in Ghana.  They were promised children that shouldn’t have ever been promised to them.  They spent hard earned, hard prayed for money to attempt an adoption that was never meant to be.  The money isn’t coming back.  It should, but it […]

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Sustainable.

The last week has been a whirlwind.  We had our peaks (and quite a few valleys) with the kids, the school year ends for them this week, work is busy (not always in a good way) and there is paperwork.  Oh, the paperwork.  Do you know how much paperwork goes into forming a Not-For-Profit?  A […]

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