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Can you even be mad when someone returns an amazing dog?

I mean, you can, obviously. As a rescuer, you’re probably supposed to be mad, because that person signed a contract and said this dog was now part of their family, but they’ve dumped them back on you two weeks before Christmas. 865 more words


No matter what.

Our daughters’ sister went back into foster care a week ago.  We begged social services that rather than return to foster care, she come to us short-term.   602 more words


3/10/2016- PUBLISHED!

Family and friends, I’m excited to share that I was PUBLISHED in March’s Adoption Today.

Thank you for all the love, support, and prayers as I continue on this journey of Seoul Searching.


We’re Are In the Family (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 344)

Ephesians 1:5 (NLT)
God decided in advance to adopt us into his own family by bringing us to himself through Jesus Christ. This is what he wanted to do, and it gave him great pleasure. 476 more words


Meeting a foster child's needs: Love

So many times we hear people say, “I couldn’t foster because I’d get too attached.” Our gut response is to tell you that’s a good thing because that’s what they need. 737 more words

The Call Ministry

He's in the waiting.

Last month, I thought December would be awful. If I’m honest, I expected Advent to be a season to be endured rather than celebrated. I remember the week before Thanksgiving driving down the road and telling Heather that I couldn’t do Christmas cards. 504 more words


12/4/2015- This is My Story

I wrote this story for a contest with The Ties Program. The contest is over this week and if I’m a winner, I’ll be published in an Adoption magazine. 908 more words