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- 02/12/16 Jill Savage in Metamora, IL at Metamora Fields
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Category Archives: Adoption
I had the privilege of spending the weekend with 200 of the most wonderful women of Crossline Church in California. They titled their weekend women’s retreat “No More Ms. Perfect,” and we dug into the “No More Perfect…” message all … Continue reading
When we knew we were called to adopt, we knew that there were issues we could face. We hadn’t influenced our son’s early years. We weren’t able to lay a foundation for his life spiritually, emotionally, physically, and relationally. We … Continue reading
Today’s Focus on the Family radio broadcast is “The Voices of Adoption.” If you or someone you know would like to be encouraged in the blessings as well as the challenges of adoption, you can listen online.
I’ve talked to many families of late who have experienced the hard side of adoption. It’s not something we’re unfamiliar with ourselves. Adopted children often have trouble connecting to the family who loves them. They have special parenting needs. Sometimes … Continue reading
Today I want to introduce you to Shelly. Shelly is a dedicated wife and mother of five blessings from around the globe. She is known for being an encourager, prayer warrior and advocate for the Fatherless. While serving with the ABBA … Continue reading
Kolya is 18, and my fourth youngest child, yet he’s the newest member of the Savage family. We adopted Kolya 9 years ago from Russia. He lived the first 9 years in an orphanage. If you’ve never read our adoption … Continue reading
Did you like the idea of yesterday’s “Family Challenge” guest post by Jane Graham. I loved it! The links to her two blogs were incorrect yesterday…so sorry! If you want more encouragement like that, you can find her at www.unofficialhomeschooler.com and www.girlmeetspaper.com. I … Continue reading
If you’ve been hanging around on my blog for very long, you know that I’m a firm believer in adoption. I didn’t start out that way, but after four biological children (and the necessary surgery to make sure our family … Continue reading
To the woman who gave life to my son, It was 17 years ago today, in an obscure town in Russia, you brought a new life into this world. You named him Nicolai, which in Russia, is commonly nicknamed Kolya. … Continue reading
It was just a little over 7 years ago that we brought our son, Kolya, home from Russia (back right in the picture). He was nine at the time. Stepping out in faith to adopt was one of the most … Continue reading
Our family in 2003, right after we adopted Kolya. From left to right in back: Erica (12), Anne (18), Jill, Mark, Evan (16). From left to right in front: Austin (7), Kolya (9) (ages at time of our adoption). Our … Continue reading
by Jill SavageThis article first appeared in Money Matters, a publication of Crown Financial Ministries. Over the years, Mark and I have occasionally talked about becoming foster parents. We enjoy parenting, have a heart for raising children according to God’s … Continue reading