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The mail came just as we were walking out the door, in it a surprise package for the girls. Tearing into the paper, they found crayons and coloring books and one precious item that Emma immediately grabbed. “I snuggle with this in the car,” she announced. The 45 minute drive to a friend’s house was […]

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  • Rachel Dawn Lawrence - I LOVE this! I have come back to read it again and again to remind my heart of this truth.ReplyCancel

A few months before leaving for Uganda, I heard something from the beautiful people out in Redding, CA about four phrases they teach to their youngest children’s classes to begin sealing truth on their little minds and hearts early. The phrases are: God is good, nothing is impossible, Jesus already won, and everyone is important. Immediately, I […]

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  • Abigail - This is so,so good. I don’t have any children yet but I so need this myself! Thanks for sharing…you are a beautiful mama to your girls!ReplyCancel

When I was 21 years old, my prayers for my future children began to take shape. It was as if I knew they were already alive, not necessarily waiting for me yet, but growing up in their own places and living their lives apart from mine for a season. That year, I began to pray […]

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  • Brianne Peterson Talmadge - God has written you such a beautiful story! I love how he not only answers your prayers but gives you so much more than you could even asked for! We just got a new foster son and I’m learning to pray for him in ways I couldn’t have imagined. His pain and grief are beyond my understanding but I trust God will fill in the gaps and answer prayers I don’t even know to ask for! Praying for you and your girls!ReplyCancel

  • Brianne - God has written you such a beautiful story! I love how he not only answers your prayers but gives you so much more than you could even asked for! We just got a new foster son and I’m learning to pray for him in ways I couldn’t have imagined. His pain and grief are beyond my understanding but I trust God will fill in the gaps and answer prayers I don’t even know to ask for! Praying for you and your girls!ReplyCancel

When I moved to Uganda three years ago, these were some of the first faces that became familiar. They live in a home for displaced children, most at least partially orphaned, but not adoptable. They are loved, but resources for anything more than food are scarce. I spent most of my time with these kids […]

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  • Laura Miller Frisch - Beautiful girls. Bless them all. ReplyCancel

  • Brooke Emery Norton - So amazing!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Ornela Surli - A ELLOS TODOS LOS DIAS DE MI VIDA LE DOY MIS ORACIONES, LOS AMO Y MI CORAZON ESTA CON ELLOS DIOS CUIDAMELOS, SON ANGELESReplyCancel

  • Carolyn Trzynka North - This is beyond beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Doyle Nelson - Truly heartfelt beauty ❤️ReplyCancel

  • Nancy Keith Witt - What a wonderful story…and the girls are so beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Laura Dalferes Dodson - Lovely.ReplyCancel

  • Pam Early - Are these girls from Family Spirit?ReplyCancel