Sept. 23, 2014
Adoption is a regular target of psycho-babbling critics, race-mongerers, ultra-nationalists in countries filled with parentless children, and those who believe children are better warehoused than loved.
In addition to rejecting all of these demonic conceptions, it's a personal joy for me to affirm the wonder that adoption brings into countless families, including my own.
Bethany Christian Services, through which my wife and I adopted our three children, has connected thousands of moms and dads with children who need the affection and security of a family. In a moving story on how Bethany brought him together with his father and mother here in the States, Ethiopia-born Getenet Timmermans tells how his brother and he "found a family" in Illinois, and with them found love, hope, and a future.
You can read Getenet's account here. I hope you will, and that you'll share it with anyone you know skeptical of bearing children from the heart and not just the womb.