A lot of people have been asking.... " When are you going to get your son?" This is a good question and one I would love to be able to answer!! I wish I knew, really as Dailey (my 6year old) asked the other day "can we just bring him home until hurricane season is over?" I wish we could. The rains in Haiti have already been great.
It has been a long time since I last blogged about our adoption. It is a crazy process with lots of ups and downs. We had quite a big scare about a week ago and were told that we would not be able to adopt in Haiti. Our Haitian lawyer promised to do his best and today God has made a way. I have made what I am sure will be a life long friend in a family who also adopting from New Life.
1:10 P.M. — In Haiti, Jimmy Guerrier walked barefoot in the dust.
Grime and sand would stick to the torn skin just above his ankles, where on each leg, two open wounds remained untreated for nearly a year.
On Oct. 16, the boy arrived in the United States carrying only a small backpack.
Hey everyone, I know it's been a couple of weeks since we updated but here is what is happening so far.
Hi Everyone! I wanted to share our vision with you and ask you to join us in praying for Gods direction and wisdom. ProjectUsPlusOne has become so much more to me than just about getting our son home.
27 million – Number of people in modern-day slavery across the world
800,000 – Number of people trafficked across international borders every year
1 million – Number of children exploited by the global commercial sex trade, every year.
50% – Percent of transnational victims who are children
80% – Percent of transnational victims who are women and girls.
"The poor and needy search for water,
but there is none;
their tongues are parched with thirst.
But I the LORD will answer them;
I, the God of Israel, will not forsake them."