Adoption has a very personal meaning to me. At the age of 5 years old, I was adopted by a couple in Virginia Beach from the Philippines. I always grew up knowing that I was adopted and that my family loved me very much. I have been given so many opportunities to succeed and build upon dreams and want my life to ultimately be a blessing to others.

He predestined us for adoption as sons through Jesus Christ, according to the purpose of his will.-Ephesians 1:5

I believe that adoption is not only a privilege, it is a calling. The Christian faith is centered around the spirit of adoption. Adopting broken, hurting, forgotten and sometimes abandoned children┬áinto a family to be cared for, loved, cherished, and made whole.┬áIt is with great joy, that I wish to share the vision and mandate that I believe God has placed before me: To begin building adoption centers all over the country that will partner with businesses, local churches, community centers, women’s health facilities to provide education, support, counseling, and guidance for women with unplanned, unexpected or un-prepared-for pregnancies and to connect them with loving families who are unable to conceive or simply have a desire to answer the call to adopt a precious life and give them a forever home.

In the months to come, I will update you on the progress we are making in planning, purchasing property and achieving non-profit status through my blog under the category of “Adoption”. The biggest way you can help is to purchase items from our online shop. A percentage of profit will be set aside for purchasing property in Boston, MA for our very first adoption center. Thank you in advance for your support.