How beautiful that you were able to be a part of something so wonderful.
#1 Amy (Homepage) on 2009-08-18 13:14
#1.1 Christa Bennett on 2010-10-09 00:39
Salvation, redemption, joy! Thank you for letting us rejoice with you and Pelagie in God's great mercies!
#2 Lori on 2009-08-18 14:07
I just love your blog...I read often, and cry....and cry. What a wonderful cry today. I don't know if you and your hubby are planning a family of your own, but when you have your first child all of your experiences will explode within you, as only mother's can know. Prepare yourself for a flood of love that you are so prepared for already.

Thank you for your blog, it reminds me of the reality of life and love and God's plan of redemption is not our plan.
#3 Ginger on 2009-08-18 17:31
What incredibly beautiful moments--when you held the weight of Maomai in your arms, when you saw the joy in her mother, when you witnessed the confirmation that Maomai and her mother are indeed destined for a full life cemented by not only God's physical healing but the God's emotional healing. Those moments are gifts to you for loving God's people.
#4 Sher Sutherland on 2009-08-19 12:52
You are living a life I can only imagine. God bless you for your service to Him and His.
#5 Christy B. (Homepage) on 2009-08-24 17:50
Great story!! What a blessing to serve and see God's glory like that. Do you serve with the Yangus family? They are from our church here in Washington.
#6 Kathy Crumrine on 2009-08-26 11:29
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