The Path Unintended
Today I can whole-heartedly say that whatever seeds, words, or love I gave in China are not wasted.
A Village with My Name
A Book Review
Without being a heavy historical text, this book provides something for everyone interested in China.
In the HIV Medical System
Having finally gotten into the medical system and now on their way toward treatment, Beth and her family journeyed further into the shame, ignorance, and difficulties hiding those living with HIV in China.
Living with HIV in China
Our journey toward treatment and care for our daughter took us under China’s HIV veil.
Finding the One
As we looked at the waitlist and scrolled among the most minuscule of probabilities, we found our precious hidden gem.
Deciding to Adopt a Child with Special Needs
In that providential moment God spoke to me and my husband; we knew we had our answer. He was calling us to adopt a child with HIV.
Uncovering a Hidden Need in China
One Expat Family’s Adoption Story
Like many others who have heard about Chinese adoption, we thought the orphanages would be teeming with unwanted baby girls.
5 Things I Loved about Christmas in China
The act of sharing with students the richness of Christmas and the significance of God coming down to be with us is humbling and beautiful.
Having Gone to China, I’m Thankful I Learned . . .
Recognizing, and being thankful for, what can be learned while living in China.