ANTON & DAVID for the Carmichael family–TN

Caden (David) 2013

Caden (David) 2013

UKRAINE

 

Follow the Carmichael family’s adoption journey on their blog at carmichaeladoption.blogspot.com

 

ARTYOM, NASTYA, & MAXIM for the Brown family–NC

UKRAINE

 

Follow the adoption journey of the Brown family on their blog at thesousabrownfamily.blogspot.com

 

Yana, Natasha, Katya, and Oksana for the Lewis family–IN

2016

2016

UKRAINE

 

Follow the Lewis family’s adoption journey on their blog at greatfullyforeverchanged.blogspot.com

 

 

EMMETT & ERIC for the Archer family–MN

BULGARIA

Follow the Archer family’s adoption journey on their blog at http://theroaddownhome.blogspot.com

 

CHARLENE & RYAN for the Eichhorn family–IN

UKRAINE

 

Follow the Eichhorn family’s adoption journey on their blog at

eichhornadoptionjourney.blogspot.com

KAMERON for the Beamish family–CANADA

 

2014

2014

 Ukraine

 Follow the adoption journey of the Beamish family on their blog at ourjourneytohome.blogspot.com

 

 

 

ANASTASIA for the Williams family–NC

2016

2016

Russia

Follow the adoption journey of the Williams family on their blog at steppingoutinfaith-williamsjourney.blogspot.com

 

 

VALERIE for the Frye family–TX

UKRAINE

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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DANIEL

UKRAINE
Sponseller

VIKA for the Koenig family–GA

 Abe and Corrie Koenig were both born and raised in Germany.  They lived across the street from each other and started their relationship as best friends.  Little did they know that God had prepared them to spend the rest of their lives together as a family.  They both came to the States to attend a Christian College since there are no Christian Colleges to attend in Germany.  After a year and a half of studying, they got married in Germany and then returned to finish their degrees.  God allowed them to remain in the States, and they now live in Georgia.  Abe is an artist, but works as a truck driver, and Corrie is a stay-at-home/self-employed mom.   Corrie worked as a nanny for a wonderful family for over five years and loved every moment with this special family.  They both always dreamed of being parents, but this seemed to be a very hard task to achieve for them.  Abe reached the point where he was sure that they would start their family through adoption, while Corrie was sure that God would give them biological children.  After eight years of marriage, the Lord blessed them with their first biological daughter, conceived without any medical help ­- in the doctors' eyes impossible, but in their eyes a miracle.  Within less than four years, God allowed them to become the parents of four beautiful little girls, Annalee (age 6), Elliana (age 4), Amarissa (age 3), and Ammadea (age 2).  Along the way, they discovered that Annalee had a hearing loss and have had to help  her overcome many obstacles.  Elliana was born with strabismus and has needed one surgery and many, many hours of patching and vision therapy to help correct her vision.  Both of their precious "special" girls planted the seed for the desire to adopt a special needs child.  Although the desire to adopt a special needs child was there for a couple of years, they had no idea that God would bring Vika into their lives so soon.  God allowed Corrie to find Vika on another family's blog, who had adopted from the same orphanage and had to leave her behind.  Immediately upon seeing her precious face, they fell in love with her.  After much prayer, research, and sharing their desire with their families, God allowed them to move forward with the process of adopting her.  Abe and Corrie feel honored that God would choose them to become the parents of Vika and are committed to bringing her home to become a part of their family and receive the love and care she needs and deserves as quickly as possible.  Undoubtedly, there will be many obstacles to overcome along the way, but they are sure and have faith that God will provide EVERYTHING they need to be able to bring her home and give her all that she needs.  They are so grateful for Reece's Rainbow and their love for the many "special" children, the support of their family and friends, and for those who love Vika that they have never had the opportunity to meet!  They are excited to share their  journey with those that have loved her first.   You can follow along with their journey on their blog:  http://4miraclesandcounting.blogspot.com/   Ukraine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow the Koenig family's adoption journey on their blog at www.4miraclesandcounting.blogspot.com

 

ANASTASIA for the Nemes Family

ananemes-min Nastyafromyulia2UKRAINE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at http://www.puremommyextract.blogspot.com/

DIANA and DONOVAN for the Briggs Family

dianainbulgaria donovanfromtoni-croppedBULGARIA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at http://www.blessedbyachild.blogspot.com/

VALENTIN for the Keno Family — Canada

valentinanddaddykeno valentininbulgBULGARIA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at http://www.kenofamilyadoption.blogspot.com/

OSKAR for the Drummond Family

oskar2007-2 oskardrummond-minESTONIA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at http://www.1familytogether.blogspot.com/

MORGAN for the Mastroianni Family

morgan1 morganmastroianniUKRAINE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at http://walkingbyfaithadoptionjourney.blogspot.com/

BARBARA (Chrissie) for the Patterson Family

barbara-2 barbarapattersonSERBIA

Chrissie is doing GREAT!  I cannot even explain what a joy she is.  I have never met a child who is as vibrant and joyful and funny as Miss Chrissie!!!  She is excited about life, and she is just so full of love that it amazes me into speechlessness!!!  They were able to get a stent into one of her vessels that is providing blood to her lungs, so her 02 sat increased a little.  She’ll have her open heart surgery in January, so until then, she’s good to go, and nothing slows her down.  Thank you so much for advocating for her.  She is such a blessing to our family.  We are ALL so head over heels in love with her!!!  She’s got her brothers wrapped around her finger so tightly that they can’t ever tell her no.  They’ll stop anything they’re doing to please Miss Chris!!!  We are just so very blessed.  Thank you!

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at http://www.allarepreciousinhissight.com/