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What I Learned About God from a Cockroach

September 8th, 2014

I pulled my only cooking pot off the counter to start dinner. That’s when I saw him. The huge cockroach fell onto the kitchen floor, and boldly strutted across to...

  • The Crimea Orphan Crisis

    It was March 3, 2014. After a busy morning of getting the husband off to work and kids on the school bus, I was able to fix myself some coffee….

  • 3 Ways to Battle Compassion Fatigue

    Little known fact… As an undergrad, I majored in Criminal (Juvenile) Justice. As I interned with the Kalamazoo Probate Court over three semesters, supervising troubled youth, I learned about compassion…

  • One Story – T4A 2013 – Part Two

    The Story that Changes Everything. It was more than a conference theme by the time the last general session speaker left the stage. It was a life impacting message of hope….

  • T4A 2013 – Exhibitor SPOTLIGHT

    Exhibitor SPOTLIGHT 2013 Together for Adoption National Conference Southern Baptist Theological Seminary – Louisville, Kentucky I loved simply walking through the exhibitor area at this year’s Together for Adoption national…

  • One Story – T4A 2013 – Part One

    I was intrigued by this year’s Together for Adoption national conference theme, ‘The Story that Changes Everything.’ I thought I knew ‘the story’ that would be told; the story of…

  • THE GREATER VIOLATION

    The orphanages typically stand on the outskirts of town, heavily wooded or remote areas. These are the orphanages the eyes of the western world are not to see. These orphanages…

  • Regifting

    “For those who are led by the Spirit of God are the children of God. The Spirit you received does not make you slaves, so that you live in fear…

  • In Remembrance

    I remember all the family members who have served our country. In particular, I have memories of my grandfather having served in World War II. A few of the items…

  • Encouragement for the Waiting

    Have you ever had to wait for something? I’m not talking about the kind of waiting we experience in line at Walmart. I mean have you ever been asked to wait on something which you know was of God?

  • As Statistics Continue to Rise

    It has finally become apparent in the European Union. What is it, you ask? The Global Orphan Crisis, that some say doesn’t exist. This article (from CNBC) lays it out…

  • Prayers for the Orphaned

    In the midst of lists and open suitcases, I pause to prepare for my (currently) annual trip with Food for Orphans, with prayer. This year’s trip is to Zimbabwe. I…

 
 

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