January 12, 2010. 4:53 PM It passed without any of our family knowing that anything important had happened. I got home from an appointment outside the office at around 4:30, so I fired up my computer and was getting caught up on e-mail and such. In addition to e-mail, I had tweetdeck going in the … Continue reading January 12, 2010–Part 1
I’ve never really thought of myself as a trail blazer, but in many ways, we as a family became trail blazers when we started down this adoption journey. Adopting from Haiti - when we began the process of adopting from Haiti, to the best of our knowledge, there was only one family in “our part” … Continue reading Trailblazer? Me?
Michael is a friend of mine who flies for MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship) in Haiti. He sent this out to his supporters and it spoke to me. I hope it does to you as well. Reprinted in it’s entirety with his permission. Conduit: A pipe or channel for conveying... As the passengers stepped off the … Continue reading Living Life as a Conduit
Three stories of how God’s people at our home church have especially come through for the kids at God’s Littlest Angels: The Earthquake - January 12, 2010 was a Tuesday. 4:53 pm in the afternoon was a time that not only killed thousands but changed the lives of many many others. I’ll have more on … Continue reading 3 Needs and 3 Actions
One of the things that has been really remarkable over the 10 years we’ve been on this journey is watching the way that our kids have impacted the community and more closely our church. They were 2 1/2 and 3 1/2 when they came home - so not old enough to be a vocal advocate … Continue reading Quiet Witnesses