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In recognition of National Foster Care Month, we visited with John Mark Miller, staff assistant to the DBU president, and his wife, Janelle, about how the Lord called them to pursue foster parenting.
As DBU alumni Janelle and John Mark Miller near the end of the state licensing process to be approved as foster and potential adoptive parents in May or June of this year, people usually wonder what led them to make this major life decision.
Over the last three years, my heart has been broken in a greater way concerning issues of justice. One area in particular has gripped my heart with such sadness that I want to do everything in my power to bring awareness and help bring an end it to. That is the area of human trafficking.
Today I spent an hour calling everyone I thought could help after being told our little Boots was no longer covered under Indiana Medicaid.
Let me back up.
Boots is getting teeth. And Steel has this cough/runny nose that never quits. And this morning they both sounded a bit rattly in their chest. Boots is prone to ear infections, so Joe and I decided to have them checked out. (If you are new here, Boots and Steel are our foster sons. They have been residing here for about 6 months. And if you are new, you better jump over to the sidebar to the right and subscribe.)
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