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Publication Date: 2012
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Have you thought about adopting, but been stymied by the many questions flooding your mind? Could I love an adopted child as I would one born to me? What if there are emotional problems? Would my family accept my adopted children? These are all real questions and not easy to ask.
In Filling the Quiver: Answering Gods Call to Adopt, author and adoptive father Rodney Peavy holds nothing back as he answers the questions you are afraid to ask in a way that is genuine, practical, and heartwarming. He shares his familys personal testimony of the many challenges they faced in adopting their children, as well as the many blessings they have received. From there, Peavy takes on the questions he and his wife have been asked since adoption first became a part of their family history. To the Peavys, adoption is more than just a family decision; it is a faith decision. Filling the Quiver approaches the decision to adopt from the perspective that God isand should beinvolved in the process.
This testimony seeks to offer those who have considered adoption a deeper understanding of the impact and spiritual implications of adoption. If you are still wondering about adoption as an option, Peavy can help you discover this answer for yourself, with Gods guidance.
April RockdaschelTexasAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5For Focused AudiencesApril 19, 2013April RockdaschelTexasAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I have really enjoyed this book. The author is concise about his purpose for writing it, as well as what you can expect the book to provide, and, what it is not intended to provide, as well. I like that intro style because it helps me know ahead of time whether I want to spend time reading it, or move on to something better. This book is heartwarming, vivid, with a touch of fairytale. I feel like the author could have been a family member, because of his style in addressing his readers. I would buy another book from him.