Keep a family of 5 together

October 16, 2016 rachelmiley Blog

Our team is searching for a family for a group of 5 siblings from Taiwan that are at risk for being separated. The oldest brother has the potential to be adopted without the rest of his siblings unless a family is willing to adopt them all together. Please help us find these precious kiddos a family so they can stay together!

Taiwan Obed Advocacy

A Little About the Kids

These kiddos range from 5-11 years old. Many of the children have minor special needs with some more significant needs due to emotional trauma. They are siblings that desire to be adopted and are waiting for their forever family!

Obed is lively and loves SpongeBob cartoons.

Olive is quiet and loves to play with her toys.

Oshea is sweet, shy and likes to eat meat.

Obediah likes all food ,and loves to chat with others.

Omar has no known special needs, he is gentle tempered, and likes riding the seesaw with his friends.

You can also search for these siblings in our waiting child portal for more information that can not be disclosed in this article for the protection of the children. Or speak with an adoption specialist in our office!

How Can You Help?

  • Adopt: Is the Lord calling you to consider adopting these kiddos? Please don’t hesitate to ask questions and pray about whether this may be an option for your family.
  • Advocate: Share our social media posts about this sibling group, reach out to families you know who may be called to adopt them, spread the word about their need for a family!
  • Pray: For a family to be called to be a forever home for these children, for their hearts, and for the Lord’s plan for their life.
  • Give: Adoption can be expensive, and has the potential to be a deterrent to families considering the call. Your financial gift could make a difference in children’s lives being changed forever through family. www.lifelinechild.org/give

If you would like to learn more or help advocate, please contact Taylor Guinn immediately at taylor.guinn@lifelinechild.org or 205.967.0811. We greatly appreciate your prayers for them and will be happy to answers any questions you may have.

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