Adopted is a Big, Important Word

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June 15, 2016 by Renee Griffin

Several years ago, I began this blogging journey recounting the story of my adoption reunion, Eyes Of A Stranger.

The word adopted was a hard word during my childhood. As I grew up and grew in my faith, the Lord opened my eyes and heart to the beauty and love found within adoption. When I became a mother, I developed a new depth of love for all those involved in an adoption.

Adoption is the picture of love.

My writing friend, Elizabeth Giertz, asked me to write a few words about the history of the word adoption as part of her #WordNerdWednesdays series. If you’d like to read more, click here and you’ll jump right over to Liz’s Messy Desk.

ADOPTED

Adoption is a BIG, important, life-changing, soul saving, sacrificial, costly, lovely word.¬†Join me at Liz’s blog to dive deeper into the roots of the word adoption.

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