A new couple came to our Adoption Group last month. When I spoke with the woman she said, “There are so many children that need a home, I don’t see why I need to have my own.” I was so excited. I rarely hear these words that my heart feels so strongly. I look forward to seeing what child God has for them.
Tracy Dee Whitt
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