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Ch5.36 Shards

It is a large building with very little to fill its wide, open interior. The smells of mold and dust that are so familiar to abandoned, poorly maintained buildings meld with the stench of urine and feces to taint the air and make the semi-obscurity all the more frightening. 3,123 more words

Chapter 5

Sunday February 6, 1916

Today, is a series of poignant images of children available for adoption, commissioned by the Toronto Board of Public Health in 1916.

As the war progressed the number of  orphaned and abandoned children would grow in the City. 239 more words

Toronto

Adoption Update: Judge's Approval

God is good all the time, and He is the God who answers prayer.

Our God is “a father to the fatherless, a defender of widows (Psalm 68:5).” 99 more words

Our Adoption Story

The Galveston Hurricane of 1900

The other day, I was sorting through some of my old books when I found my copy of Dark Water Rising by Marian Hale. I reminisced to my junior high days when it was required to read this book for class. 469 more words

History

Partnership with Caritas Moldova

We try to reach out to many people, organizations and public institutions asking to partner with us on our Sweet Medicine project. In the next few weeks we’ll give you more information about our partnership with the non-profit: “ 66 more words

Open Eyes

So obviously most of you have probably witnessed someone come back from another country and talk about how life changing and eye opening it was. But that’s about as far as it gets. 642 more words