Friday, May 11, 2012

Advocating for the Least of These

I am only one, but I am one.

I cannot do everything,

but I can do something.

And I will not let what I cannot do

interfere with what I CAN do.

~Edward Everett Hale


There are always so  many children to advocate for, so many precious ones in desperate need of a forever family.  Today I want to share with you a few of the children that various people have asked me to advocate for.  Each and every child deserves a forever family, regardless of the medical needs, the country they’re living in, the expense involved, the challenges.  Please pray for each and every orphan to be rescued by a loving forever family.  Share their stories, pray diligently.  God’s plan for children is a family, not a facility.  We, the church, must step up to make a difference.  Yes, I am only one, but that will not interfere with what ONE CAN do.  I CAN share.  I CAN pray.  I CAN advocate.  I CAN host an orphan (see the bottom of this post for kiddos who need a family to commit to hosting them TODAY, it’s their last day!).  I CAN adopt.  I CAN make a difference.  Join me in advocating for these children.  Together, WE CAN!


Kristopher only has FOUR days left for his forever family to commit to him before it’s too late for him to be adoptable.  If you are a serious inquiry, please email my friend Shelley at to find out more about this precious little boy who is in desperate need of someone to save him!


Nursing Home Adoptions


Click HERE to learn more about this 7-year-old treasure who is hidden away in a nursing facility and so desperately needs his forever family to come for him.


Aaliyah  - Female, age 5

Click HERE to learn about this 5-year-old spunky and precious little girl who is in a nursing facility in Georgia, just waiting for her forever family to find her!


Arianna - Female, age 3

Click HERE to learn about this 3-year-old lovie who is in a medical facility in New York, hanging on for her forever family.



Domestic Adoptions—Higher Risk Babies

Click HERE to learn more about two special babies in the US waiting for their forever family to choose them.



Langley Has Been Transferred

A friend asked me to post about adorable Langley.  This precious little boy has been transferred to an adult mental institution, but is still available for adoption.  He is in desperate need of a forever family to come rescue him from death in this place.  He will thrive with a family.


Birthdate: October 2007
Gender: Male
Eyes: Blue
Hair: light brown
Nature: Quiet

Diagnosis: Down syndrome

From one of our adoptive families who met him in December 2011: ” I saw him today. After days of scanning faces, I walked into Bella’s groupa and SAW HIM!! He is a doll. He is so cute! He looks healthy and is walking. I had a banana for Bella (which they wouldn’t let me give it to her) and he took it. He bit right through the peeling. If they would have let me, I would have given it to him. Oh sweet need a mama!!!”

Friendly, emotional, affectionate boy. Active, social, friendly. Easy going. Eats well independently. Plays well with toys and likes to help others.

More photos available, single moms welcome.

$4430.50 is available towards the cost of my adoption!

Donations are tax deductible.



Orphan Hosting Opportunity

A few of  my friends have asked me to share an ORPHAN HOSTING opportunity! Today is the LAST DAY for the following kiddos to have a host family step up to host them or they won’t be able to come to America this summer.  For more info on these kiddos, please click HERE.

Jevgenijs and Alexsandrs


Rasma and Rihards








Linards,Lilela, and Lilita






She is a HOST ONLY child which means she is not allowed to be adopted, but she still wants to experience the American life and culture which is something she may never have the chance to do again.




Janis advocated to get himself into this program, while he is in a wheelchair he can take care of himself. He can cook, and he planned an entire well rounded menu for us that had us salivating. Janis wants to learn to play the guitar and the keyboard. If he was President he would give money to a children's charity.


Host only guy with ($400)


Host only guy with ($400) grant














Alesejs has ($400) and desperately needs out of here he get bullied quite often by the older kids and BOTH his boarding school and orphanage. He really needs a break for this awful environment.



($ 1,025 )



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