Today is the third installment of a short background on four major stories of adoption in the Bible, and how we can relate to them in today's adoptions. We started with Moses, then Ruth, and today we're going to talk about Esther! Let's jump right in!
Today is the first installment of a short background on four major stories of adoption in the Bible, and how we can relate to them through today's adoptions. We'll start with Moses, then Ruth, Esther, and finally Jesus. Let's jump right in!
Woah! Can you believe we are already starting a new school year? Where did summer go? Before the school year gets underway, before the stress of homework and crazy schedules starts, I want to encourage YOU as your child starts a new grade.
Plain and simple, if you have accepted Christ into your life, you have experiences the greatest love. It is the deepest, truest, purest love, directly from its Creator.
How many times have you been asked to "prove your faith" especially to nonbelievers? There is this notion that as Christians, we have a "blind faith" because we don't "need proof."
We all know how long certain things can stay in our mind, with negative usually hanging out longer than positive. I firmly believe that not everyone who uses "negative" adoption language is doing it in a mean, hurtful way. Honestly, I've used some of these myself!
Children are placed in foster care through the Department of Child and Family Services in the county where they live. Keep in mind each state and county has slightly different regulations regarding foster care, so be sure to check into guidelines where you life. Definitely check out the specifics where you live.
May is National Foster Care Month, a time to acknowledge foster parents, family members, volunteers, mentors, policymakers, child welfare professionals, and other members of the community who help children and youth in foster care find permanent homes and connections.
Good morning all!
I am so excited to finally get a chance to share this with yall! We have three families we will be hearing from. I have been following these families from the beginning of their fostering journey, and cannot wait to share their stories!
I'm a mother. This is still something that catches me off-guard, in a good way. When I look at her, I feel things I never knew I could feel.
Jesus lover, wife, momma, teacher, and hopeful writer.