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TPR: Passing the Tipping Point

Today was a bittersweet day for us. Our hearts, minds and prayers were on the other side of town with our dear friends who lost their newborn yesterday. These were the people, if you recall, that I asked for prayers … Continue reading

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10 Things To Consider When Considering Becoming a Foster Parent- Part 2

Yesterday, I gave the first five of 10 things to consider when considering becoming a foster parent. Here’s the other five. I’m sure there are others and for each of these below, you could dig very deep into the issues. … Continue reading

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10 Things To Consider When Considering Becoming a Foster Parent- Part 1

A friend recently sent us an e-mail asking for prayer as they are considering adopting from an agency or pursuing foster care with the hopes of adopting. The following are 10 things from my experience that expand on my response … Continue reading

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Sheep, Savior, Suffering

In all fairness, I had seen 80 percent of the children’s Christmas musical over the past 12 weeks of practices. I still have “shaggy, smelly sheep” ringing in my head. So, forgive me if my mind wandered a bit as … Continue reading

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Little Givers

Yesterday was my wife’s birthday. She turned the ripe old age of.. (he-heh). Fall is birthday season in our family. So, this was  the fifth or sixth family birthday we’ve had in the 15 weeks we’ve had the boys. But, … Continue reading

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