Winter Jam Stories

One of the best parts of traveling with Winter Jam is the stories people come and share with me each night after I share.  Here are a few.Last week, a gentleman came to the signing table with his two adorable daughters.  He shared that someone had sent him a book while they were serving in India […]

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The New Year

2016—in our brokenness, wait for the Spirit to pour down on us. Only He can and will turn our badlands and deserts into fertile fields where crops grow and forests are formed—-Justice will become a voice–right to build again–peace and endless trust–safety and abundance of blessings! Happy New Year!

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One JAM Nation Interview

“We all have stories, and when we give it over to the Lord, he takes those ashes of our lives and turns them into something beautiful. …So many things about our past we can’t change, but we can change our attitude towards it and our perspective about it. …Every child has, or should have, a destiny and purpose; and […]

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An Orphan Spirit: The Way Home

Hello and welcome to my blog. I am delighted that you stopped by. Your choice to visit my site suggests that you are, at least, remotely interested in the cause of the orphan. For that, I am so grateful. You see, I began my early life on earth as an abandoned Korean War orphan, and today I serve […]

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Dove Fest

It was a privilege to speak at Dove Fest in Medford, OR this year! Here is a recap: Produced by LMG Concerts.

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The Superbwoman

In March, I had the pleasure of talking with Janet Neal, the founder of The Superbwoman, Inc. For more information about The Superbwoman click here. Quote from their website: “Any and everything can be changed in this world through the power of women. However, the old paradigm of ‘Superwoman’, where women had to do everything, do […]

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Adoption Today: “Created For Destiny”

I would love for you to read an article I wrote for the Adoption Today magazine. Called “Created for Destiny,” it tells of God’s healing power and redeeming love in my life. You can read it in the July 2015 issue by clicking on this link or by visiting there website here. Blessings! “In the courtyard of that orphanage, they felt […]

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An Inside Look into the Orphan’s Plight – DGIwire

I would love for you to read the below article by DGIwire. An Inside Look into the Orphan’s Plight (DGIwire) — For many people, what they think they know about the life of an orphan begins and ends with depictions of orphans in popular culture: for example, Little Orphan Annie and Huckleberry Finn. While these […]

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What Low Numbers of Overseas Adoptions Mean for Children Worldwide – DGIwire

My hope is that you will gain insight on international adoptions and are encouraged to research even more on the topic as you read the article below. What Low Numbers of Overseas Adoptions Mean for Children Worldwide (DGIwire) — For decades, American couples looking to adopt a child have set their sights overseas. Whether they are unable to […]

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