Category Archives: Foster Care

Moms Can Forget

This past Sunday was Mother’s Day, and Isaiah 49:15 ended up being read both in Sunday School and during the church service. “Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will not forget you!” This … Continue reading

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A New Year

In a few moments the calendar will flip to a new page with a new year.  2017.  In so many ways, saying this brings relief.  I have high hopes for 2017.  I am so weary from 2016.  And yet, I … Continue reading

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Christmas is for Foster Parents

Christmas is for foster parents. It’s for the ones who’ve dreamed of a Christmas morning with children for years, but are now thinking how much more enjoyable it would be without them. It’s for the foster mom whose husband won’t … Continue reading

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When Eating Pizza was the most Spiritual Moment of your Day

Tonight a friend from church invited us over for a casual pizza dinner. Me, the fellow, and both the girls. We ate pizza with this little family of 3 and I got teary-eyed when it was time to leave. We … Continue reading

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