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Faithful

There are so many examples of the Lord’s faithfulness and His people’s faithfulness in my life right now. I hope they bless you and encourage you to worship God for His perfect faithfulness. A friend read my post about having a rough week and immediately arranged for our families to have dinner this coming week. They’re coming over and…

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Adoption Resources

Hello! If you’re new to the blog, welcome! This morning, PJ is teaching a class at FBC Durham about adoption. Today’s post is a list of our favorite adoption and parenting resources that we are making available especially for those who attended the class! Adopted for Life by Russell Moore: This book is a fantastic overview of adoption th…

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James 1:27

“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” (James 1:27) So. We’ve been parenting Harley, Brooklyn, and Emma for a little over two years now. We have been going through a difficult season for several months no…

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Tuesday Treats

First, go read this comic. We printed a copy and had Harley read it to Brooklyn, first explaining that “Mommy and Daddy are introverts.” PJ demonstrated the “obnoxious predator” part (hand in the hamster ball) while I fulfilled the role of the hissing introvert. We now have a copy floating around the house and frequently instruct the kids…

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Wonderful, Merciful Savior

In the fall of 2009, I began having some health problems that all had the same consequence: infertility. It was a devastating time, as we weren’t even “trying” to have kids yet, but it looked like the road ahead would be long and difficult. During this time, the Lord used the song “Wonderful, Merciful Savior” to minister sweetly to me. I…

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111 Project

I came across a great initiative via Foster Parent Podcast called the 111 Project. Based in Oklahoma, their motto is, “1 church, 1 family, 1 purpose: to leave no Oklahoma child without a father or a family.” Basically, they’re trying to grab hold of the statistic that the number of churches outnumbers the number of foster children in need…

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