A Thirty-Six Year Journey

by Heather Bock My journey began thirty-six years ago. You see, I'm about to turn forty years old--a milestone that both disturbs me and heightens my desire to follow what I feel God has called me to do and live this life fully for Him. As Switchfoot sings: "Life is short; I want to live … Continue reading A Thirty-Six Year Journey


Fear at the Door: The Difficulties of Fostering

by Heather Bock Greg and I began the process of fostering to adopt about three weeks ago. We started the online classes, began attending the classes in-house with our agency, and checked off the first items on the somewhat overwhelming list of what we need to complete before we can say yes to a potential … Continue reading Fear at the Door: The Difficulties of Fostering

God’s Love: Adoptive Father

Greg and I are in the middle of the process of deciding how we will adopt a child, God willing that we should. There are so many possibilities, it is mind boggling. Should we choose an embryo, a life on hold, and give it a chance to really live? How about a newborn baby, one … Continue reading God’s Love: Adoptive Father