Praying to Bring Her Home, to Her Forever Family!

Monday, December 17, 2012

It's Christmas time and she's not home...

There's a little girl far, far away, who sits alone in an orphanage this Christmas.  Her family is working hard to get her home.  Paperwork fills their nights, prayers for the money for her ransom floods from their lips to the One who ordained adoption.  Grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles, friends and of course, this precious one's brothers all ache to see her at home with those who adore her.  And...her Mommy and Daddy...they have not yet met her, but oh how they love her and don't want her to spend one more day in an orphanage, all alone. 

I am her aunt.  I have been in orphanages.  I know what children suffer.  I know what my children suffered in orphanages.  Will you pray and ask God how you can help bring "Kalina" home?  Jeff and Jen have stepped out in faith, with very, very little of what they need financially to bring her home.  They know that the God who owns the cattle on a thousand hills loves this little girl and has asked them to trust Him.  We are all commanded to care for orphans.  (James 1:27) Some will adopt, some will go and minister to orphans who will never be adopted and some will send.  Are you a sender?  Will you send Jeff and Jen to their daughter and help her come home?   If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to the Robinson family, you can click on the Reece's Rainbow box to the right of this post and then follow the prompts. 

Thank you for allowing God to use you in the life of sweet "Kalina".

Love, Rebekah Robinson  (Jeff and Jen's sister-in-law)

(Jeff and Jen did not know that I was going to write this.  When we adopted our boys from Russia, we had less than half of what we needed to bring them home.  But we saw the body of Christ come together and give financially to help our boys come home.  We know that God wants to use His people to help our niece come home as well.)