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Adopting Out of Birth Order
Today, we wanted to take some time and tell you how thankful we are to be able to guide adoptive parents through the adoption process and beyond.
We are thankful to hear how our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, prepared our parents’ hearts for adoption, which sometimes takes years.
Today, we celebrate Danica’s Adoption Journey! For me personally, I’ll always remember Brad and Deanna, as they were one of my first adoptive parents. I had been working in the agency for a while when they began the process. However, it was the first time when someone contacted me almost exclusively when they had a question, or when they wanted to check on why Poland is taking “forever”. It was the first time I was able to experience firsthand some of the emotions that the adoptive parents go through during the different stages of the process.
We’re thankful to have watch your journey and see how incredibly cool parents you are! That has been true since March 21, 2012 and is only getting to be more true with each day that passes!
Its awesome to celebrate nearly 5 years! Thank you Brad and Deanna and Danica!
Since 2001, our mission is to serve through international adoption. Our prayer is that orphans placed with believers will be told about who Jesus Christ is, and that He died and rose again, for our sins. We’re a highly specialized agency focusing on being an expert in a few countries, rather than offering many. We've served our parents with&nbs...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 10801 Johnston Road, Suite 201 North Carolina
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