It’s such a privilege and so fun to take our precious children on adventures. I can’t help but think of all the children, who although very well cared for in that place in China that has grown so dear to our hearts, miss out on so many life experiences. They just don’t have opportunity to explore God’s wonderful world.
Just this last weekend we attended a day of Family Camp
right here in Nebraska near home.
The week before, while visiting dear friends, we were able to
have a mountain hiking adventure.
Heading to St Mary’s Glacier… as the Colorado Rockies came into view, Lucy said, “I’ve never seen such a thing before! It’s just TOO pretty!”
There may have also been some zip lining going on that week too…
lots of zipping around for us this summer!
Now, we are so excited to be preparing to embark on one of our biggest adventures yet to bring home our new son and brother …
Rothfuss China Tour 2016!
We are so grateful that God invited us on this amazing family adventure
of welcoming new sons and daughters, brothers and sisters
into our family through adoption.
We have all stretched and grown, seen Jesus, and are so much better for it…
both as individuals and as a family.
We want to bring our New Little Birdie
home to our nest, ground him,
and plant his roots in our family…
and then show him the wide world.
Thank you so much to everyone who has
given towards our matching grant by Tagging the Bag!
We are so blessed by each and every one of you!
While there will be continued adoption related expenses upon returning home, giving received in the month of September will be able to be used towards our travel expenses. Gifts received after that, may not have time to be processed and sent to our agency who will be helping us to arrange our travel.
Would you consider partnering with us? You can read more HERE about giving towards our matching grant from Lifesong for Orphans when you “Tag The Bag!”
I know that the Lord is great… He makes clouds rise from the ends of the earth; he sends lightning with the rain and brings out the wind from his storehouses.