Living Faith

Noah was surrounded by people who wanted to dissaude and detract him from following God's call in his life. Noah acted in faith to God's call even though what he was called to do went against common sense and the "rules". Noah ran his race with the intent to win. He did not worry about public opinion. We can look at Noah's life for guidance when it seems we are the only ones walking a certain path; running an only course. We are not alone in our faith. God will always be there to guide and help through life's many storms and trials. An active and living faith can at times require actions that may seem new and uncomfortable, but the rewards are eternal.

Thursday, May 19, 2011


We are a family of six. I remember when our two biological children were toddlers and people would ask, "How many children do you have?" I always replied, "Only two." My husband, Greg, and I were content with our rough and tumble boys. Greg was an only child and I had only one sibling so we felt "normal" with our procreation. However, Greg and I are by no means "normal" nor have we been called to be "normal."

We have added two more children to our family through adoption. Now, when asked, "How many children do you have?", I still answer, "Only four."

Adoption has been the greatest blessing God has bestowed upon our lives. Through this blog I would like to share about our family, faith, and the future God is calling us toward.

I pray others may find something here to make them laugh, cry, find hope but most importantly find their future. A future that continually reshapes and redirects as we grow.

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