Monday, May 16, 2011


Eight months ago I told you about a precious orphan girl in desperate need of a family. All odds were against her but people around the world rallied together, they prayed for a family to step forward and they fundraised the $20,000 needed to cover the cost of her adoption. God did a mighty work on this precious angel’s behalf and today sweet Julia is at home with her forever family.

Julia snugging with her forever mommy...

...and soaking in the love of her forever daddy!

When I heard that a family had stepped forward to adopt Julia, I decided to share with you about another little girl for whom all hope of being adopted and rescued from life in a mental institution was quickly disappearing. Once again God’s people rallied, money was raised, countless prayers were lifted to the heavens and God brought forth the perfect family to rescue not only Tori but also another little girl on the very brink of death. Today, both girls are blossoming at home with their new family.

Tori (now Reagan) meeting her mom
Tori/Reagan with her new little sister

Next came Brady, the little boy whose face I could not get out of my mind. God has been working out a miracle for him as well and last week Brady got to meet his forever mama and papa for the first time. Brady’s parents still have a battle ahead of them before they can bring him home and I know they would appreciate your prayers (you can follow them on their blog here) but I know that God will finish the work He has started and before you know it, Brady too will be home.

Brady (now Judd) discovering beauty with his mama

All smilies for Papa!

That brings me to Heath, the little guy whose picture has been on my sidebar for far too long. Julia, Tori and Brady all found families within weeks of when the news was spread about their situations but more than six months have passed since Heath was discovered and still he waits.

There are two points to this post… The first is to celebrate the miracles that God has done in the lives of Julia, Tori, Brady and so many other children who are no longer waiting. The second is to ask you to join me in praying for a miracle for Heath and all the children in seemingly impossible situations. Our God is still a God of miracles is this day and age. He loves these children more than we could ever comprehend and nothing is impossible for Him.

Will you pray for miracles with me???

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