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Family Friday: From Bham With Love

Last night our adoption agency Lifeline Children’s Services hosted Beloved: A Women’s Event.

Beloved-invitation-01-1024x731It was amazing!  The night consisted of mother’s of adoptive and foster care children sharing how God had worked in each of their circumstances and in each case how he ultimately received the glory.  Each story brought tears to my eyes and again reminded me of how big and sovereign my God is!  Lifeline also shared about two of their ministries: (un)adopted and Lifeline Village Maternity Home.  One focuses on providing life skills and sharing the gospel with orphaned children who are aging out of the system and the other on ministering to birthmothers, sharing the gospel to them, and teaching them life skills.  I just love how Christ centered our adoption agency is.  How they bathe everything in prayer. How they love!

In addition to getting to attend the event I also had the opportunity to set up a table for Color Created Family, my crochet shop where all proceeds go towards helping bring Esther home from Hong Kong.  It was so much fun meeting other adoptive moms and finding out where they are in the adoption process.  One lady I met was Sybil.  We were set up next to each other and had the opportunity to talk throughout the night.  She and her husband are adopting a little girl from Bulgaria.  Before the night was over I bought an adorable hand made clutch from her and have plans to purchase some burlap embroidered place mats.  Her products are all available online at her Esty shop, From Bham With Love.

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I would love it if you would head on over to check out her stuff.  Each purchase goes towards their adoption.  It’s seriously a win win… shopping and helping a family out.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend. It’s tax free shopping here in Alabama this weekend so we may do a little clothes shopping.  I’ll be back next week to catch you up on our patio progress and let you know what’s in store for Color Transformed Family over the next couple of months.

I wasn’t paid or perked for this post.  I just want to spread the word about her shop and help her bring their little girl home.

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