A King is Coming Home
Adoption is not easy. In fact at the root of it, it is loss. There's no easier way to say it. God called me to adopt Elliott three years ago. He has been my biggest blessing but I knew on that return flight home that I would be back. Once you go to India, you come back a completely different person. One that has seen poverty beyond anything imaginable. One that has seen the most beautiful people the world has to offer, people who have nothing yet would give you everything. Over a year ago I was showing a picture of a little boy who has had a very rough start to his young life. He has endured many surgeries. In fact he was called unadoptable you to the fact that he was older and was missing his lower left leg He had two failed adoptions. He was old enough to know and he grieved. I prayed for him but did not think much beyond that. In June after seeing his picture again, lightning struck inside of me. God was showing me that this sweet boy was to be my son. Over the last several months God has moved mountains to help me bring the sweet boy home. In fact almost all of my funds have been paid for. I am in the homestretch and entering the court system. I just need to raise the final funds to bring my baby home. He turned five in September. I promised him it would be his last birthday without his family and I will do whatever is necessary to fulfill that promise. It looks like I will be bringing him home early next year. Elliott and I are beyond ready to open our hearts to the sweetest little boy you will ever meet. We humbly ask you to share our story. Anyone that donates will get their names put on his suitcase. The suitcase That will be traveling to India and back. The suitcase that will be his forever. He will always be able to look back and see the names of people that have supported and prayed for him. A donation of any size, no matter how small, will still make a difference. Thank you so much and please continue to pray.+ Read More
A King is Coming Home has reached 77% of its goal. Wow. Elliott and I are in awe. Thank you!! The end is in sight. Please share.
Wow, we are almost halfway. Everyone is continuing to blow me away. Thank you so much. I can’t wait to be stopped in the airport and all over India so that I can share the story of a little boy who is called unadoptable but now is so beyond loved
Wow, everyone continues to blow me away. Those of you that think your donation will be too small are mistaken. Every single penny counts. You can make a difference for the price of skipping a latte. Yesterday I received my court order. In the eyes of India I am legally and forever Rajan’s mommy. He’s legal name is Rajan Luke Malysza. Because he is older I chose to keep his name. It means king. And he sure has been through so much and deserves royalty. And he is also a lover of the ultimate King. I chose the name Luke after Saint Luke the patron saint of surgery. My boy has had more surgeries in a short five years than most of us will have in a lifetime. But he does not let anything slow him down. He already loves trains like his brother, and his English continues to blossom. I humbly ask you to share our story. Let’s fill the suitcase up front and back with names of people who have made a difference.