Walking with Expat Families Through the Adoption Process

March 15, 2019 rachelmiley
Imagine saying “yes” to moving your life across the world to share the hope of Christ with a people who likely have never heard it and in a place with restrictive conversion laws. This reality is what the Whitleys experienced when they obeyed God’s call for their family.
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In the Middle

March 7, 2019 rachelmiley
It’s the main goal that the directors have — that the girls would know Christ and know their value in this world. But this place of work – “in the middle” — between familial/cultural troubles and changing a girl’s life with the gospel, is no easy task.
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New York, Virginia, and Born-Alive: How will you respond?

March 1, 2019 Justin Walters
September 11, 2001 was a clear, sunny Tuesday in New York City. The Major League Baseball season was nearing the end, and the Yankees were once again in first place with the Chicago White Sox in town. Men and women scrambled from all across the many boroughs of New York City, dropping kids off at
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Share the Story - Columbus, MS

February 25, 2019 rachelmiley
Join us on Tuesday, March 26 for Share the Story. This event will take place in Columbus, MS.
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Sovereignty Over Slavery

February 21, 2019 rachelmiley
In some parts of the world, like Pakistan, there are still modern-day slaves. Slaves that start out as a man in need of work in order to provide for his family, but who end up being indebted to a factory owner for life, with no hope of ever paying back the interest accrued on each meagre paycheck or loan.
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Indiscriminate Affection

February 21, 2019 rachelmiley
    We have all seen it. We have all been there. We are at a social gathering, usually a pot luck dinner at church, when that cute and adorable toddler cozies up to a random leg and puts on the death grip. But it is the wrong leg. I mean who can see faces
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Love: It Redeems and Restores

February 13, 2019 rachelmiley
She found out the night before it happened. After spending her entire life with her foster grandparents, she was being sent to an orphanage.At the gates of the orphanage, FuYongLi was forced to say goodbye to the only family she’d ever known, and a dorm of 70 teenaged girls became her new home.
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Love: It Hurts Sometimes

February 6, 2019 rachelmiley
Love hurts sometimes. Even with your best intentions to bring healing and restoration to your child, the pathway towards that healing can be painful. Worth it? Oh, yes. But painful, too. Be honest about your pain. Be curious about what the Lord is saying to you through your pain. And lean on His promises that will never, ever fail.
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Colombia Kids Camp Update

February 4, 2019 rachelmiley
by Beth Perez, Latin America Program Director This past December, we were able to partner with Colombia to host 21 children in the USA for 2 weeks. It was an amazing time getting to know these precious souls. Each child is so special, filled with hopes and dreams, desiring to be part of a family. We are
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