As many of you know, in addition to writing here on my own personal page, I also write for The Apparent Project. That writing can be seen at The Apparent Project. I just started a new and probably rather lengthy series of blog posts that I’m going to do addressing what I see as the … Continue reading Adoption and Human Trafficking–A Series of Thoughts…..
Originally, as I had written previously on here, I was planning on writing a book this month. It would be a book written by an older adoptive dad (me - my kids have been part of our family for over a dozenyears) to a younger adoptive dad - one who is either thinking about … Continue reading Change of Plans
If the church is truly going to be pro-adoption, it needs to be prepared to help after the man on the pier jumps..... But what if, instead of saying “we only know how to say jump,” the crowd had rushed to the end of the pier, with arms outstretched, yelling “Hang on! Help is on … Continue reading The man on the pier – and the church on the shore?
I have a confession to make. First off, for anyone who is reading this but doesn’t know me personally, we have 5 children and we adopted the two youngest in 2004. That means we started the process in the later part of 2002. So we’ve been in this “world” for 14 years. But back to … Continue reading 31 Cups of Coffee–a Project
So, there is this church leader who made some comments this week about how it is more Christian (not to be confused with Christ like) to build bridges than it is to build walls. It touched off a firestorm of controversy and media frenzy because many people felt it was aimed at a US Presidential … Continue reading A Few Thoughts on Building Bridges