The Longest Baseball Game Ever

There is a certain type of story that is unique to all other types of plots. The content may vary, the themes might oppose one another, and the setting will almost always never be the same. It is a type of storytelling that I have been falling more and more in love with, and honestlyContinue reading “The Longest Baseball Game Ever”

Returning the Gift

Please welcome Greg and Jackie. (Names have been changed by request.) Jackie was adopted as a child and when she married she decided to return the favor to another boy who needed a home. Here is their story: I [Jackie] was adopted at birth, I only know that my Mother was unwed, didn’t feel sheContinue reading “Returning the Gift”

A Sect of Supers Blending In?

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve sort of been composing a Pixar theme around my most recent movie discussions. You can check out Finding Nemo here and Monsters Inc. here. It’s for no other reason than building anticipation for Disney/Pixar’s newest movie Brave, coming out July 22, and I’m just going mad waiting for it. PoorContinue reading “A Sect of Supers Blending In?”

Puppies!

I thought it would be a fun Friday treat to give you guys a look into our home life. In this post you’ll find a link to the blog Sarabeth maintains about the three dogs we have living with us in our  loft. The purpose for her blog is so that her sister and brother-in-lawContinue reading “Puppies!”

Must-See Adoption Video

Our church showed an adoption video a few weeks ago, and it was easily one of the best videos I have ever seen on adoption. I can’t speak for the rest of the congregation, but my wife and I were choking up (in a GOOD way!). It’s one of those smile-through-your-tears type of feelings. If you’reContinue reading “Must-See Adoption Video”

From Foster Care to Adoption

Meet Ryan and Sara. When you’re done reading about their journey,  be sure to check out their blog here. Ryan is a professional photographer. Check out his site here. In order to abide by certain privacy rules, we will refer to their son as “D.” Even before they got married, Ryan and Sara always knew thatContinue reading “From Foster Care to Adoption”

China’s Lost Girls

I would highly encourage all of you to watch this 35 minute video concerning the desperate needs little girls in China have. Think about what you can do to help. http://www.snagfilms.com/films/title/chinas_lost_girls