Tag: adoption

  • 3 Simple Reasons to Practice Servanthood

    3 Simple Reasons to Practice Servanthood

    Servanthood is a buzzword in churches and leadership circles today. We need servant leaders, we want to serve our spouse and our families, and we are always asked to be a cheerful servant in various areas in our local place of worship. Why? Here are 3 reasons to practice servanthood. 1. We serve cause Jesus […]

  • Take Hope

    Take Hope

    Today I welcome Angie Washington to NoSuperheroes. She lives in Bolivia as a missionary. Angie has several blogs @ngie and a photo blog. You can follow her on Facebook or Twitter as well as read more about her life at the end of this post. I Called Her Baby My hand went to my mouth and […]

  • Grace for the Single Parent

    Grace for the Single Parent

    I am a single parent……for three more days! My wife has been away at a missions conference for 12 days now. I am often the one in the family who travels, so this is not a whine fest. I have truly gained an appreciation for single parents over these two weeks. I’ve been the one […]

  • Our Story Is Not Our Identity

    Our Story Is Not Our Identity

    A few years ago, our family completed a journey to adopt and immigrate our son from South Africa. This process took over four years and included custody, name changes, countless documents, and finally culminated in him receiving his US citizenship and passport. My son’s identity has changed. He has a new name, a new country, […]