Do not fear the unknown. Somehow
it all works out: You will know which
In past articles about adoption I have
both domestic and international numbers. In this article, I felt it more appropriate to take a different direction. I do
want to share, though, some big numbers
to consider and then share about what is
Did you know that there are more
And did you know there are about 2
billion Christians? Dr. Chris Leland
in, All Alone: The Plight of the Orphan,
responded to God’s call to adopt, the
orphan problem would be eradicated.
Heather and her husband, Steve, live in
Edgewood, New Mexico, where they have
homeschooled their five children: Edward
( 20), Joseph ( 18), Emily ( 15), Hana ( 9),
and Ezekiel ( 9), for the last sixteen years.
When not homeschooling, doing things
with her family, writing for TOS, or teaching for the University of Phoenix, Heather
works as a Human Factors Engineer in her
home-based consulting business and, with
her family, makes goat milk soaps, lotions,
and lip balms.
7. Leland,;Chris;(2007).;All Alone: The Plight of the
.aspx?Menu= 2&Article= 1.
8. FY2012 Annual Report on Intercountry
sues. U.S. Department of State. Bureau of Consular Affairs. adoption.state.gov/content/pdf
9.Swarns, Rachel L. (January 24, 2013).
“American Adoptions from Abroad at Their
Lowest;Level;in;Years,”;The New York Times.
10.Carney, Eliza Newlin. (?). “The Truth
About Domestic Adoption.” Reprinted from