Sunday, December 20, 2009

In limbo... waiting

As many of you know, Liz and I are in the process of adopting a little girl from Ethiopia. Right now we're kind of stuck in limbo, waiting for God to provide the financial resources for us to move forward.

I read this blog post which records a section of George Muller's autobiography. It motivate me more and more to pray and to ask God to provide the resources we need to move forward with our adoption.

I don't know if I can explain it that well, but there's something in me, call it a burden or a holy discontent, that is bothered by the financial cost of adoption. Here's why: There are 143 million kids without moms and dads, and while we may not be able to bring that number to zero in a year or less, we could do something to take a chunk out of that number if finances weren't a barrier to adoption.

If we're going to solve the problem of adoption we've got to do something to fund adoptions. I know this might sound pushy, but some of you reading this blog need to do something to help out with this issue. You can help us out. Email me and I'll tell you how you can contribute to help us adopt.

1 Comments:

At 4:10 PM, December 20, 2009 , Anonymous Amy said...

Yes, it is very expensive to adopt, but they want to make sure parents are serious about the process. Plus if everyone in this country adopted from overseas, we'd be way overpopulated. I'm happy you guys have decided to adopt a child and wish you the best! I suggest fundraising to raise the money and keep us updated on the when are where to show up :)

 

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