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India Update

India Update

Imagine riding down a dusty road on a three wheeled motorbike, called an auto rickshaw in India, constantly swerving between cars, bikes, oxen driven carts, and countless people. No one is really paying any attention to the traffic rules and there’s never a moment of...

Siblings of Special Needs Children

Siblings of Special Needs Children

I have often been asked, through the years, how having children with special needs has affected our other children.  Our five oldest are able bodied, normal, healthy kids.  Our youngest two both have special needs.  Keaton’s needs were very severe.  Having siblings...

Guest blog post from our India coordinator

Guest blog post from our India coordinator

In the quiet of my mornings, after putting on a fresh pot of coffee and while eating a small breakfast, I often spend just a few moments in God's Word or I open a small devotional to help give some sense of direction and encouragement to my day as I take on the tasks...

A Journey into Special Needs Adoption – Part 4

A Journey into Special Needs Adoption – Part 4

#4 of a 4 part series | “Life Lessons from a Little Boy” This part of the story is so painful it takes my breath away. I think that’s why it has taken me so long to write it. There are not words to describe the pain of losing a child. A piece of your heart is forever...

A Journey into Special Needs Adoption – Part 3

A Journey into Special Needs Adoption – Part 3

#3 of a 4 part series | “Live With Unspeakable Joy” Keaton was welcomed home by his siblings and a big crowd of relatives awaiting his arrival at the airport.  Keaton had a family of his very own and we had a treasure from Heaven.  He belonged, he was chosen, and he...

A Journey into Special Needs Adoption – Part 2

A Journey into Special Needs Adoption – Part 2

#2 of a 4 part series | “Stepping Out in Faith” In November 2011, I read a post entitled “Because One Little Boy’s Life Matters.”  It talked about a 3 ½ year old orphan boy in Taiwan who was born with multiple complex special needs and needed a family.  God spoke to...

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