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We are offering Simply Love Moldova t-shirts, and 100% of the proceeds will go directly into our adoption account.
We have a women’s style, a men’s style, and a youth style. All the t-shirts have Philippians 4:6-7 (“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus”) wrapped around the country of Moldova. See below for pictures and descriptions.
We ask that when you wear our t-shirts that you pray for our family throughout this entire adoption process. Thank you for your support and prayers!
WOMEN’S SIMPLY LOVE MOLDOVA T-SHIRT
The women’s t-shirts are extra soft and will fit like a unisex cut (ladies…this is !) This t-shirt is available in either brown or black.
MEN’S SIMPLY LOVE MOLDOVA T-SHIRT
The men’s t-shirts are extra soft and fit normal. This t-shirt is available in either army green or brown.
The youth t-shirt is a good mix between the men’s and women’s front design and will have the saying like the women’s back (Love Will Always Find A Way). This shirt is available in either brown or black. NOTE: I need at least 10 youth pre-orders to order. Email me at ShaverFamilyAdoption@yahoo.com to order.
Saturday, May 8, 2010
- It’s hard for us to grasp just how many orphans there are in the world. But here is a visual - if you lined up all the orphans in the world, shoulder to shoulder, hand to hand, you could go around the world 3 times, with about 1,700 orphans per mile. If you drove one mile every minute, you would see 1,700 children per mile. How long would it take you to stop and help just ONE child?
- Question: Where is God with all of the orphans? What does He have to say about it?
2. To teach us about the love of God (orphans are slow to love us back...just as we are slow
to love God back)
- Jesus Christ was adopted! Joseph adopted Jesus. Jesus’s lineage is traced through His adoptive father’s blood line…not his biological mother Mary’s. For Jesus, adoption was not Plan B. It wasn’t second best.
1. Caring for orphans through adoption is normal (according to God)
Did you know that more than 1/3 of Americans have considered adoption, but only 2% actually adopt? There are an estimated 2 billion Christians in the world. Even if there were only 1 billion Christians in the world, if 1 in every 12 Christian couples responded to this call, we would eradicate the orphan problem altogether. Are you being led by God to adopt? Pray for His guidance and wisdom.