Saturday, June 22, 2013

They Need YOU!

He told them, "The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.
Luke 10:2
The Laborers are so few but the harvest sure is plentiful. Friends, this is an orphanage in the country we are adopting from in Eastern Europe. This is reality. How is God asking YOU to serve? We were given permission to share this. I pray that it moves your heart to action. This was taken just recently by another family adopting. I was given permission to share this.

"Friends, this is the reality of life for these children. What will stand out to you about this video is ... nothing. The children do nothing. They sit in the shed all day, and if any of them tries to do anything to relieve their boredom, they are scolded. If you watch all the way through (5 minutes), you will see Fabio at the end. He had put his toy car in the wheelchair and pushed it across the yard. He was told to stop, so he's trying to get the wheelchair out of the grass. Fabio is one of the few children who still attempts to play."
Please take note that children are calling for "Mama" and one little guys is tied to the railing. If you can not adopt there are so many things you can do to help. These children need prayer warriors. They need advocates. They need families. The families that are adopting them need financial donations to help get these babies home. There IS work that you can do. Many of the children on Reece's Rainbow have people that spend countless hours doing fundraisers for their Grants to encourage families to adopt them. They write blogs about these children and share, share, share. They need people to be their voice. If you can't adopt them you can advocate for them!

Please, help be the Hands and Feet of our Savior! 

Here you will find ways YOU can help!

Here you will find the profile of three newly listed babes that need YOU! 


Boy, born August 2010
Achondroplasia with anostosis of long bones and musculoskeletal system malformation

What a handsome boy Finn is!   Such serious eyes.


Boy, born July 2006
Spina bifida (post operative) and hydrocephalus (post operative)

Gaspar can stand with support, and is currently being trained to walk. His caregivers believe that there is a good chance for him to walk in the future, maybe just with crutches. He does not have bowel/bladder control, but knows when he goes. He is a sweet boy with a great personality. He is waiting for his forever family to help him be the best that he can be!

Ava and Mia

Sisters age 5 and 3
Gorgeous girls!

The older girl has a malformation in her hip. She walks, she runs, but she does have a noticeable limp.
The younger girl has been diagnosed as having ‘small eyes’. Some children with this problem are blind but she can see. She runs and plays and a casual observer would not think that she has a vision problem. But, up close you can see her turning her head to the side and really concentrating when she wants to see something.

Living In His Mercy,


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