August 09, 2008

Tole, Lege

Stephen Curtis Chapman on Adoption. As someone who was adopted at 6 months old, I don't remember anything about life before my adoptive parents. But I know what they went through, and that was a fairly standard domestic adoption. I've heard of what people go through in international adoption. I've always thought it was a wonderful illustration of the believer's relationship with God, and it's something that far too few people do anymore. Chapman's essay on the adoption of his daughter Maria is a great read -- maybe more people will adopt some of these kids who need loving homes.

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