The Road To Ren

Our adoption journey to our son Ren William.

Musings by Elaine and other Blitherings. This blog was origonally intended to document our China adoption journey to our son Ren. Now we are home and this blog is about our family. I would love to have you sign my guest book.

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Saturday, December 13, 2008

How Big Is God?

I don't usually talk about other people's blogs. Mainly because I don't know the politically correct way to do it. I don't have those little bloggy links on my sidebar. Do you have to ask permission first before you link them or if they are public can you just do it and so on. Actually just having a blog is a major technological achievement for me, LOL!

Today I want to share a blog with you all that is about an adoptive family that is truly inspiring. If you have ever wondered how big is your God (or even if there is a God) you need to read their story. I don't have permission or even know this family, but I have a feeling that they won't mind me sharing their link. Their story is updated daily (with miracles), start on their side bar with Part One. In this holiday season it is a wonderful testimony and reminder of how God adopts us all into His family. Click here for their story:
A Place Called Simplicity

Ephesians 1:5
he predestined us to be adopted as his sons through Jesus
Christ, in accordance with his pleasure and will—

James 1:27
Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is
this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself
from being polluted by the world.


Mom Of Many said...

Hi Elaine! I just wanted to stop by and thank you for visiting our "home" on A PLace Called Simplicity....imagine my surprise when I saw your post about us!! **giggle** that was a sweet surprise!! You are welcome to tell everyone about our story - because it is ALL God!! He is so wonderful - I can never praise Him enough!

BTW, your little Ren is adorable - I just have that huge soft spot for boys from China - what can I say!!??

Anyway, have a wonderful day!

Love from Uganda,

Wuxi Mommy said...

I just loved this blog, Elaine! Thanks so much for sharing it with all of us!

Flamingo Mama said...

wow! that was an amazing story! thanks for sharing!