We should not avoid hard work or self-sacrifice – we should seek to have our lives altered and our focus shifted away from our selves. And for many of us, God will use adoption in our lives to accomplish these things. It’s profound and beautiful, and it is a gift.
Jennifer and I have been friends for several years and have been able to see each other in person a few times, despite the fact that she lives in Colorado and I live in Idaho. She is amazing.
Be sure to click on the link and visit her blog.
Happy Father’s Day to my dad, and to all the other dads! Since Russ is in Kenya, it’s a bittersweet day for our family. We’re missing him a lot — a whole lot. Eby talked to him last night and was very sad he wouldn’t be home today to celebrate Father’s Day. There were a few tears, but news from Kenya is very good, and that helps us keep the focus off ourselves and on the purpose of this sacrifice. May God be glorified.
Have a great day.
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