About Us

We are Chris and Megan. First and foremost we love our Savior, Jesus Christ. We are daily humbled by His plan for our lives and love seeing what he does when we trust him. We have always wanted to adopt but had planned on having biological kids first. We felt God calling us to adoption first and after lots of prayer are excited to be starting our first adoption! We love the people and culture of Uganda and are excited to bring that culture into our family. We seek to honor God in our adoption and eventually in the way we raise our kids. We covet your prayers as this will be a long but exciting journey to our forever family!

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Agency Trip: Day 6- Understanding of Current Situation

Along with meeting with many government officials, our agency will also be having very specific conversations with their partners and workers in Uganda. These people are essential in the adoption process, they will go with us to court, transport us to and from appointments, help us communicate with various people and give us wisdom when we are there. They become our direct supporters and contact. Many are Ugandan and therefore know the system well. 

Our agency will also meet with Embassy partners. These guys are responsible for passports and visas. They know the current situation of timelines and guidelines for adoptions. They are also one of the parties who can prevent things from moving smoothly and some families have experienced hiccups with the embassy which can increase the length of stay.

There are many who are involved in this long and tedious process and each is essential for a smooth process while in country. Our agency is working to strengthen relationships and get a clear understanding on how to do it well.




Today...

Please pray that there would be a transparent understanding of  what are our agency's contacts/partners/government officials/embassy’s views of the current situation of the guardianship process in Uganda, and what have they most recently seen in the process involving ethics?

Please continue praying for meetings to be upheld and honored as well as for wisdom and discernment during the meetings. 

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