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Adoption Quote - Adopting is Waiting - But we have Things to Do. - www.abidingingraceblog.com - Adoption Inspiration

Adoption Quote - Adopting is Waiting - But we have Things to Do. - www.abidingingraceblog.com - Adoption Inspiration

Together for Adoption. Provides gospel-centered resources to mobilize the church for global orphan care.

Together for Adoption. Provides gospel-centered resources to mobilize the church for global orphan care.

8 Things You Can Do Differently To Find A Birthmother Match This Year. Standing out and getting noticed by a prospective birthmother isn't easy. Here are 8 tips to help prospective adoptive parents increase their chances of finding a match and building their family through open adoption this year.

8 Things You Can Do Differently To Find A Birthmother Match This Year. Standing out and getting noticed by a prospective birthmother isn't easy. Here are 8 tips to help prospective adoptive parents increase their chances of finding a match and building their family through open adoption this year.

Adoption isn’t simply another good thing Christians do, or even an avenue to evangelism. It’s an illustration of the kingdom of God.

Adoption isn’t simply another good thing Christians do, or even an avenue to evangelism. It’s an illustration of the kingdom of God.

Christians and Depression: A Biblical Perspective of How You Can Help | Satisfaction Through Christ

Christians and Depression: A Biblical Perspective of How You Can Help

How the Christian right perverts adoption

How the Christian right perverts adoption

The evangelical adoption boom is driven by creepy links between the Christian right and a billion-dollar industry

Message from the Blessed Virgin Mary on 5/24/98 (7th Sunday of Easter): My children today I come to invite you to participate in a new plan. I have opened with the approval of God an adoption center of souls in purgatory.  He who wishes to adopt a soul the only thing they will have to do is to say the prayer that today I will give you. Say it every day for nine days and after nine days the soul you have adopted will be released from purgatory. You have my word.  The prayer is the following…

Message from the Blessed Virgin Mary on 5/24/98 (7th Sunday of Easter): My children today I come to invite you to participate in a new plan. I have opened with the approval of God an adoption center of souls in purgatory. He who wishes to adopt a soul the only thing they will have to do is to say the prayer that today I will give you. Say it every day for nine days and after nine days the soul you have adopted will be released from purgatory. You have my word. The prayer is the following…

Marriage and foster care from a Christian perspective  Read this if you are thinking of foster care, even if you think you have the best marriage!

The Best Thing You Can Do For Your Marriage In Foster Care

Marriage and foster care from a Christian perspective Read this if you are thinking of foster care, even if you think you have the best marriage!

I am a husband, dad, foster dad to four girls (youngest adopted in 2013),  pastor for 13 years, former church planter and now the Chief Chur...

5 Things Christians Should Stop Saying

I am a husband, dad, foster dad to four girls (youngest adopted in 2013), pastor for 13 years, former church planter and now the Chief Chur...

Shrimp in Tomato Gravy with Creamy Grits Recipe (aka Shrimp and Grits) - Andrea Meyers

Shrimp in Tomato Gravy with Creamy Grits Recipe (aka Shrimp and Grits

Because marriage isn’t a Christian institution.    Legal marriage status grants people exclusive rights and liberties in this country that impact things like social security, adoption, and who can be present in a hospital room in the event of an emergency. A civil union, just by merit of the fact that a different name exists, is separate and unequal (not to mention all of the rights denied to people in civil unions vs. marriages).    What you seem to be ignoring altogether is that marriage…

Because marriage isn’t a Christian institution. Legal marriage status grants people exclusive rights and liberties in this country that impact things like social security, adoption, and who can be present in a hospital room in the event of an emergency. A civil union, just by merit of the fact that a different name exists, is separate and unequal (not to mention all of the rights denied to people in civil unions vs. marriages). What you seem to be ignoring altogether is that marriage…

Bedtime is a tricky thing. It’s a time of day when our parenting skills are regularly tested, and we’re most likely to fall back into our default parenting mode. As we were trying to get the bedtime routine going one night, it quickly became clear that our job was not going to be easy. All 3 kids were in full ‘ignore’ mode. Usually, if they’re ignoring us it means that they don’t want to do what we’re asking them to do, and we’ve been trying to teach them to ask for a compromise (we call it…

Bedtime is a tricky thing. It’s a time of day when our parenting skills are regularly tested, and we’re most likely to fall back into our default parenting mode. As we were trying to get the bedtime routine going one night, it quickly became clear that our job was not going to be easy. All 3 kids were in full ‘ignore’ mode. Usually, if they’re ignoring us it means that they don’t want to do what we’re asking them to do, and we’ve been trying to teach them to ask for a compromise (we call it…

This morning I had a devotional email in my inbox entitled "Worry is Worthless." Upon opening it I read "Be strong and courageous!" But that didn't end my worry it just made me feel like I wasn't a good enough Christian.  The thing is I DO worry probably more than I should. I'm a mom and a wife. I worry about my two guys all the time. And Jesus is with me even when I worry. He isn't mad at me or distancing Himself when I worry. But I do think He wants more for me. He wants me to trust in Him…

This morning I had a devotional email in my inbox entitled "Worry is Worthless." Upon opening it I read "Be strong and courageous!" But that didn't end my worry it just made me feel like I wasn't a good enough Christian. The thing is I DO worry probably more than I should. I'm a mom and a wife. I worry about my two guys all the time. And Jesus is with me even when I worry. He isn't mad at me or distancing Himself when I worry. But I do think He wants more for me. He wants me to trust in Him…