Sunday, June 21, 2015

Fatherless to Fatherfull

Fatherfull...
isn't that the sweetest word


I am so thankful for my own dad and father-in-law who now reside in heaven.
I am so proud of my husband and the love he has for our children and grandchildren.
I am so grateful for our son-in-laws as they endeavor to love their wives and raise their children.
And, I am amazed that God calls me His child.

Click on this short video and listen as precious Levi and Lia tell their adoption story in a most endearing way. God is good!

The Spirit you received does not make you slaves, so that you live in fear again; rather, the Spirit you received brought about your adoption to sonship. And by him we cry, "Abba, Father."
Romans 8:15

Fatherless to Fatherfull (Levi and Lia)-DaySpringLevi and Lia tell the story of their journey from fatherless to fatherfull. Their parents are in the process of adopting a third child. He is from Eastern Europe, and his name will be Luca. If you would like to find out more about Luca's adoption or donate to Luca’s adoption fund, visit: youcaring.com/andlucamakes5If you would like to see other recent videos from Levi and Lia, check out:1. "That Tomb is Still Empty" Easter video:www.fb.com/video.php?v=101554813144551652. "Luca's Lessons” video - Levi and Lia share all the things they want to teach Luca when he joins our family:www.fb.com/video.php?v=101556042329551653. “Happy Dance” adoption announcement video:www.fb.com/video.php?v=10155414365600165


Fatherless to Fatherfull (Levi and Lia)-DaySpringLevi and Lia tell the story of their journey from fatherless to...
Posted by International Christian Concern on Sunday, June 14, 2015

3 comments:

podso said...

A beautiful Father's Day post Lorraine, Thanks for the adoption link.

Sharon - creativity and family said...

So beautiful and so, so special. Thanks for sharing. x

Adrienne said...

What a beautiful way to celebrate Father's Day! My heart was touched in a special way. One of my children is adopted and I know what it means to be a 'really' mother to an adopted child - and loved in return. Most of all the Father's love is what makes us all His 'really' children.
~Adrienne~

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