Adoptive Families Blog

3 Ways to Include Faith in Your Adoption

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on May 23, 2018

faith-in-adoptionMost adoptive parents face some challenges during their adoption journey that are best survived through a strong faith in God. We encourage you to walk in faith every day! Put your frustrations in the Lord’s hands. Trust Him to help you become all He plans you to be: wonderful parents for the child He will bring into your life.

Today, Lifetime is sharing 3 effective ways to include your faith in your adoption journey!

1. Give Your Journey to God.

Do what you need to do each day, but give God your worry and decisions.

2. Include Him Daily

Now is the time to put your time into your faith, as once you have little ones, taking time for prayer and reflection can be a challenge. Doing this as a couple will strengthen your marriage too. Many Christian families find that daily devotionals, such as Jesus Calling, brings them closer to Christ and keeps them in tune with Him.

3. Focus on the Goal, Not the Journey

Sometimes we can be so wrapped up in the day to day tasks that we forget the goal. Give God the desires of your heart and begin to envision life as a mother.

Here is a prayer to dedicate your adoption journey to God:

Dear Lord,
I pray to have patience today, as the timing is yours for our adoption. I pray for guidance for what actions to take and when, and to accept the fact you have my adoption planned out already. I pray for our child's birth mother and for our baby, to place special protection around them.

I pray for the professionals who will help us find our birth mother and child. I pray for the knowledge and insight they need to do the work they need to do to help us adopt. I trust you with our adoption and put my fears at your feet. I request comfort in my time of waiting.
In His Name, Amen.

God bless you. Stay strong, know we are praying for you and your adoption. God is faithful and He loves you very much!

Topics: Christian Adoption, Adoption prayer, Faith, Adoption journey, faith in adoption