Adoptive Families Blog

This Easter Sunday, Reflect on the Love God Has for Us

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on April 19, 2019

We hope you are looking forward to a beautiful Easter celebration this weekend. He is RISEN indeed!

Easter is a precious time to reflect on the great love that our God and Savior have for us. Through our faith we see just how important adoption is to our Heavenly Father: He chose us to be heirs in His Kingdom! What a family He's creating through adoption in Christ!

Did you know the Hebrew word for adoption means "to place” into a new family? It's intentional, it's permanent, and it's a choice. Adoption was something God PLANNED, as we see in Ephesians 1:5, which reads "God decided in advance to adopt us into his own family by bringing us to himself through Jesus Christ..."

The word "decided" stands out. Adoption is a choice made out of great love for a child.
Adoption is love.

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Topics: Christian Adoption, Easter blessing

7 Tips for Easter When You’re Waiting to Adopt

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on March 30, 2018

The Easter holiday is a time for family, worship, fellowship, and food. We come together with loved ones to celebrate and worship. Yet for many waiting adoptive families, holidays like Easter that center on children and family can be difficult.

There's no magic formula to “survive the holidays” while you wait to be chosen by a birth mother. What you can do to prepare is to recognize that holidays like Easter may be difficult, and to accept your emotions when they come. Here are 7 tips to help you not only get through the Easter holiday while you wait but to celebrate too:

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Topics: Christian Adoption, adoption wait, how to handle the adoption wait, Easter blessing

An Easter Message of Hope

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on April 15, 2017

For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son,
that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.
-John 3:16 (NIV)

This Sunday, may you recall the hope Easter declares to all who live in faith. May the eager hope that grew as you began your journey to adoption be with you as you reach towards your dream come true. 

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Topics: Christian Adoption, Easter blessing