Tag Archives: Russia

Labels (part one).

27 Feb

This is part one of a two-part post.

Double-orphan.

Gary Schneider, founder of Every Orphan’s Hope, used the term at IdeaCamp: Orphan Care in talking about programs to care for kids with HIV/AIDS in Africa. Though I understand the term – it means the child has no mother or father – it lands hard on my heart. I fight back tears.

There are so many labels in this whole “orphan care” space. Continue reading

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Senses.

18 Nov

I love how God has woven our senses together so beautifully – and how a photo or a fragrance can say things no vocabulary can begin to touch.  Today, I am in a “no words can adequately describe” place – and I couldn’t be more thankful. Because today my heart is so very full of tender moments triggered by sight, sound, smell, touch. Continue reading