My husband and I recently went to a movie starring Marc Wahlberg entitled “Instant Family.” What a fantastic film about family, adoption, loss and lasting love. I was especially struck by the scene where a child who had been in the foster care system and displaced from house to house unpacked his garbage bag of … Continue reading Instant Family in Real Life
Every year on the eve or Ivor’s birthday I take time to write in his “life-book”, its a on-line journal in which I have the privilege to update his birth mother on his past year should she decide to log in to see pictures and updates. It’s something I look forward to reflecting on each … Continue reading Blessings in the Storm
Here’s a short note we received from one of our donor recipients, thank you to everyone wo made this possible! God continues To provide!!! ❤️ We received our last grant today from The James Project!!!! This money will either be applied to plane ticket costs or post placement costs after we bring Lydia home! The … Continue reading God’s Provision
Because of our loving and generous Father in Heaven and those who have given themselves over the past few months.
It is with a grateful heart that we thank you, who have supported The James Project. Whether you gave of your time, ﬁnances or prayers we do appreciate YOU.
Mother’s Day has me thinking… It has always been a day to honor my dear sweet Mom and my beloved Grandmothers. In recent years it has been a day to receive precious hand-made cards and gifts from my children. It is a day when families join together; when the priority is to spend time with … Continue reading Mother’s Day
I’ve always loved children’s artwork. There is almost nothing that brings me more joy than witnessing a child create without any inhibitions. They are completely unaware of the pressures to be perfect but simply enjoy the process. I believe we are all artists at our beginning until someone, or something, tells us along the way … Continue reading Evie Made a Difference
I’ve never thought of myself as a writer, much like I had never thought of myself as an adoptive mother either. After over a year of planning, preparation, paperwork, and prayer, today marked the beginning of “The James Project.”
As I descended down the escalator I heard screams and cries.