Conference for Orphan Caregivers

We have been invited to speak at a conference in Kyiv for people who care for orphans (with special needs).  We are kind of an oddity, I guess.  But that’s okay.  It gives us a chance to talk to people that we would never be able to talk to otherwise.

Originally I was told we would speak for 20 minutes – without – an – interpreter – in – Russian.  But one of our dear friends is going to go with us and help.  I’ll speak without translation as much as possible, but I do want to have a backup, safety plan.  Because I know we will need it.

We will be talking about the adoptions and then about how we live and care for 5 children with special needs (especially here in Ukraine).  And, of course, we will talk about the love of our Forever Father in Heaven.  

I’ll tell more later, after it  happens.  But for now, thank you for praying.  Many of you will read this about the time that we start (7:00 a.m. CST).

Today, and forever…  Blessed Be the Name of the Lord!

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Chris Malone

It is a joy to serve our Lord with the bride of my youth, Mary, and our children. Our nine kids are not all living at home anymore. One has already completed university and has started her career. One is finishing his master's degree and will start his career soon. One is completing her freshman year at university. That leaves six at home. One of those completes high school this year. Amazing since Mary and I are only 30 years old (at least in our minds).
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