For the worldview segment, Monica and I continue discussing adoption. We talk about the process of bringing the kids home. For the main topic we talk about when to DIY. When is it cost effective and when does it
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In this episode Monica and I continue to discuss adoption. Today, we focus on the financial aspects including: the “nickel and dime” costs, agency fees, travel costs etc… We also discuss
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In the worldview segment Monica and I continue to discuss adoption part 2. We include: How to start the international adoption process Choosing an adoption agency Choosing perimeters In the main segment I continue to discuss the family forest including:
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Why do we as Christians adopt? Find out as Monica and I discuss adoption in the first part of this topic for worldview. We include: Our experiences with two adoptions A parallel between human adoption, and adoption as children of … Continue reading
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