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Prayer kept me levelheaded and calm while we were adopting. I would pray a simple prayer, giving my worry and hopes to God. Each adoption journey is so unique, yet they all have seasons in common. Seasons of hope and joy, of waiting and worry, of wonder and amazement, and at times, of loss and sorrow. One thing remained true for my adoption, and the adoptions of thousands of parents I’ve helped through Lifetime Adoption, is that God is truly working in each of these journeys. Whether you feel it now or not, there will come a day when you can step back and say, “I saw the hand of God at work.” – Mardie Caldwell, COAP
Prayer kept me levelheaded and calm while we were adopting. I would pray a simple prayer, giving my worry and hopes to God. Each adoption journey is so unique, yet they all have seasons in common. Seasons of hope and joy, of waiting and worry, of wonder and amazement, and at times, of loss and sorrow. One thing remained true for my adoption, and the adoptions of thousands of parents I’ve helped through Lifetime Adoption, is that God is truly working in each of these journeys. Whether you feel it now or not, there will come a day when you can step back and say, “I saw the hand of God at work.” – Mardie Caldwell, COAP
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I’ve created a free weekly email of adoption prayers that will be delivered straight to your inbox. I hope these prayers will provide hope and faith for you, as they did for me when I was adopting.

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I’ve created a free weekly email of adoption prayers that will be delivered straight to your inbox. I hope these prayers will provide hope and faith for you, as they did for me when I was adopting.

Want to add a prayer?
Or share something with me?
I’d love to hear from you!

A Message Right Now to Mothers-In-Waiting:

Clearly, Jesus loves you and your desire to be parents. He pulls us close to His side and feeds us. He protects us. He nourishes and cuddles us like a tiny infant in His arms.

You and your future child are the most priceless thing in the whole world to Jesus. He will guide you in the way you shall go and when. Stay faithful to His calling and direction.

Pray for wisdom on what you are to do next.

Trust Him in His love for you.

One of our greatest priorities today is to ask the Lord to develop a desire in our hearts to focus on Him with thanksgiving for what He has provided for us.

The guidance He has shown us in the past, now and into the future. He is faithful and just. He gives because He loves us. He knows the child He has chosen for you. This child may be still in its mother’s womb or not conceived yet. Perhaps the right child might already be born. We look for His guidance in our quest to be parents and wisdom to move forward with faith when a situation comes before us. We can have peace along our journey. We can hold God’s hand along the way. Jesus is full of tenderness for His children.

Take time to pray! That’s a crucial part of “looking up” to get your heart set on the Lord at the beginning of the day

Philippians 4:6 says, “Be careful for nothing; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.”
Pray before reading your Bible, and ask the Holy Spirit to speak to you directly. Practice being still and listening.
*Pray with your spouse every day for a few minutes.
*Pray for your future children and with children you have now.
*Pray before you check in with your adoption professionals
*Pray before you speak to a potential birth mother.

In 1 Thessalonians 5:17, Paul tells us to “pray without ceasing.”

Basically, when you are praying about everything, it becomes a good habit. You’re feeding your spirit. The best way you can do this is to start to develop a lifestyle of prayer in your day. Starting early in the morning is the easiest way to get started, you can then keep going with small prayers throughout the remainder of the day. Then, add everyday devotionals and Bible time to continue feeding your spirit. Growing each day and getting closer to God means you will hear Him more.

Pausing to acknowledge His presence at various times throughout your day will actually energize your surroundings and keep you “connected” via your soul to our God.

God never leaves us, never abandons us and never gives up hope in us.

Faith when you believe in God, you are never without it. There will be times when you feel despair and may not understand what the real reason is behind the difficult times you are facing. When the obstacles are all around us, praying for hope can help move you forward.

Let the quietness of the outdoors become a sanctuary for your spirit.

Get up before others in your home are awake and let that time of quietness fill your soul with prayer and reading.

You just need a few minutes of “quiet” every day to pray and additional time for adoption and parenting “education” during each week. This helps your mind and spirit grow. Learning all you can about the adoption process gives you important information to help you make better adoption decisions, save you money, time and unneeded stress. Smart and savvy hopeful adoptive parents find, at times, the sacrifice of other things they prefer to do is worth the time in the end. No one can take your knowledge from you. God will direct you if you ask Him to guide you toward valuable information.

Some people just keep moving through their life and adoption like robots unaware of options and often missed opportunities. Be the family that yearns to learn and stays in prayer and peace.

They get so busy that they no longer are in touch with themselves or what is important, they don’t know what they believe.

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