Being a voice for the orphan and encouraging a brick-by-brick rebuilding of the wall of orphan ministry
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
One of my sweet friends asked me to post Sir Brent on my blog, so here is the information from Reece's Rainbow:
Boy, Born June 21, 2005
Look how darling this little one is! Brent is HEALTHY, with no noted heart conditions. He is active and an Orphanage favorite. He is considered lower functioning than Spencer or Kareen, but will truly blossom like a flower in a loving family environment.
Brent has been transferred
Please give Brent a chance!
$3300.75 is available towards the cost of my adoption!
So, what can YOU do for little Brent?
1) You can ADVOCATE. Send my blog address to your friends and family, and ask them to read about Brent.
2) You can GIVE a donation into his adoption fund at this link.
3) You can PRAY, PRAY, PRAY! Prayer is the big work. God is Father to the fatherless, and He sets the lonely into families. Pray for Him to move in the hearts of Brent's forever family to step forward to adopt him, even if they have no idea how. (Every adoptive family has wondered how in the world they would afford an adoption, but God supplies the funds in miraculous ways!)
**BRENT HAS ALREADY BEEN TRANSFERRED TO A MENTAL INSTITUTION, SO IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT SOME PRAYER WARRIORS REALLY STEP UP TO THE PLATE TO PRAY FOR HIM EVERY DAY UNTIL HE IS ADOPTED***
(And thank you, C, for bringing Brent to my attention. You are always so faithful to keep an eye on the Reece's Rainbow site. You are a prayer warrior, and I am so thankful for you! Prayer is the big work, and you're a busy worker! :) Keep us on our toes!)
We are a family of 6 following our Heavenly Father into the precious ministry of caring for orphans. Our first blog was The Road to Beautiful Grace, sharing our journey in adoption. But that was only the sweet beginning! Our second blog, A Family Rebuilding the Wall, is in answer to God leading us deeper. Just as Nehemiah led the rebuilding of the wall of Jerusalem with many individuals and families working on the part of the wall near their own homes, we seek to rebuild the wall of orphan ministry person-by person, family-by-family. We are a family working on our section of the wall, and we pray that many individuals and families will rise up to work alongside us on their section of the wall...often right from their own living rooms. It is a blog written by me, the Mama of our crew. It is a journaling of my daily quest to wholeheartedly serve my own family as we also reach out to serve "the least of these" as Jesus did.