Friday, June 5, 2009

World Next Door » Romaniv Boys Orphanage  

We found this blog post on someone's blog who had visited the institution where Micah was. It opened the floodgates of memories and the tragic conditions Micah was in. Please take the time to read this post by clicking the link below. Praise God that Micah is saved. Praise God.

World Next Door » Romaniv Boys Orphanage

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5 comments: to “ World Next Door » Romaniv Boys Orphanage

  • MaryAnn
    June 6, 2009 at 8:53 AM  

    There are no words. I thank God that you were able to bring two boys out of that place of gross ignorance. They are Not forgotten by God, just people. SAD!

  • Barry
    June 6, 2009 at 9:47 AM  

    Hey guys! This is Barry. I wrote the Romaniv orphanage article. How cool that you were able to rescue little Micah from such an awful place!

    Be praying too, because there is a chance that little Peter may be adopted by a Ukrainian family as well! (I wrote about peter here: http://www.worldnextdoor.org/2009/04/meet-peter/).

    Thanks for making the connection with World Next Door!

    Barry

  • Meredith
    June 6, 2009 at 10:22 PM  

    Wow, thanks for sharing the link. Amazing, isn't it? I thank God for you all bringing Micah home!!!

    And yes... there is one for girls too... and I'm afraid they won't be getting in :(

  • Jaki
    June 7, 2009 at 12:39 PM  

    Praising God with you that Micah has been delivered into your loving arms. So encouraging to hear that Peter "will" be adopted. I'm believing it will happen. His personal story was heartbreaking to read. You must have been overwhelmed with emotion when you witnessed the conditions first hand. God Bless the people at MTU who are representing the Light of Christ and making a difference in these precious lives.

  • The Loux Family
    June 8, 2009 at 12:16 AM  

    When I think about what happened with MIcah and our conversation when you said you would pursue his adoption when we lost him, I cry (with joy). I still stand in amazement at how God orchestrated everything with our children and in our two families. Amazing. Blows my mind really. We are so thankful that precious Micah was saved from this horrific place!
    God is so faithful.. beyond words.

    Our love to you all!