Saturday, July 24, 2010

Two new tabs open!

The Lord opened up last evening and this afternoon to work on two tabs, Our Story and No Longer Orphans.  I pray you are blessed. I sure have enjoyed writing these up!


We Are Family said...

The blog is very cool and well done. Some of the things you have written in the Orphans no more tab have really sparked in my heart. I rarely have the words to match what is stirring in my heart and you have pinned them down for me. I have written them down so I can go back to them later. BLESSINGS!

JG said...

I am excited to learn more about you and your family and what God has done/is doing in your lives. Thank you for sharing your testimonies with us.

Bethany W. in mid-MO said...

I LOVE the No Longer Orphans tab! Praise Jesus!!!
I want to tell you again that I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this new blog focus!

Praise the Lord!

Jen said...


I LOVE the new blog look and focus. I just read your children's stories and I realized that we just HAVE to meet up while you are here. It is so wonderful to hear another adoptive mother talk about adoption and about the redemption of her children in the way we have seen it in our children's lives too (long sentence, hope it made sense).

I hope we can meet up and have a chance to talk!


Mandy said...

I literally found your blog by clicking on the "next blog" tab at the top of the Blogspot pages. After clicking through about 10 or so blogs that didn't catch my eye ... I stumbled upon yours. I actually clicked past it but then clicked the "back" button to go back to it. I am so glad I did.

As I am beginning to read your story, my heart is filled with hope. My husband and I long to adopt and this just brings me such encouragement.

Thank you for speaking boldly and loving unconditionally and for being living examples of Christ's sacrifice.

To God be the Glory!!

May He pour out blessings upon your growing family like you have never experienced before today.

May He continue to guide your every step.

May He protect you and be your refuge in times of trouble.

May He, who began a good work in you, carry it to completion ...

In Christ,