Could it Be You?

There is a little boy who sits across the ocean in desperate need of a family.

Could it be you?

He’s 11-years old and has never known a mother’s love.  He’s never wrestled with his daddy.

Could you be his Mommy?  Could you be his Daddy?

Without the love of a family he is destined to a short life in a mental institute.

Could you help rescue him from that fate?

God so loved HEATH that He sent His Son.  I am confident God will also send Heath a family.

Could you be that special family?

Over this past summer and especially this month God moved mountains to provide for Heath’s adoption.  It’s no secret that international adoption is pretty expensive.  It costs about $25,000 to adopt from Heath’s country.  Right now Heath has $21,000 in his adoption fund.  That means when a family steps out and says “Here we are God, send us!”  they will only have to pay up front costs of about $3,000-$5,000 (depending on where you live, and not due all at once).  Heath’s grant will cover the rest.  Now how amazing is that?

If you have heard about Heath before and have never stopped and asked the Lord if he is supposed to be your son, please take a moment and ask.  Please don’t dismiss this boy.  Heath will be an enormous blessing to his family!  I’m sure there will be hard times, but I know in my heart Heath will bring his family joy.  He must be a pretty special boy for God to move such mountains on his behalf! 

Heath needs a family so desperately.  

Could it be you?

PS: The family who commits to Heath already has a whole cheering section of Heath fans ready to dive in and do whatever we can to help.  Heath is loved by so many people!!!  You would not be alone in this mission of love.   🙂

If you are interested at all or would like more information about adopting Heath please email sarah@reecesrainbow.org

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3 comments

  1. Sarah · September 24, 2012

    Bless you for writing this! ❤

  2. Jed and Kimber · September 24, 2012

    🙂 Bless you for reading it! And for loving Heath right along with me.

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