Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Let's Find A Home For These Sisters

This beautiful set of sisters is described as wonderfully sweet and happy. Their estimated ages are 8 and 11 (give or take). The younger of the two is very smiley and sweet. She loves to jump rope and currently in grade 2. Her older sister is the shy one. She loves playing volleyball and is enjoying grade 6. The sisters arrived at Hannah's Hope on July 22, 2009. They are considered full orphans as they have lost both parents. They were living with their 16 year old sister before coming to Hannah's Hope. They still wait for their forever family to find them. If these sisters strike your heart at all won't you pray about considering them for adoption? I have personally worked with older girls for the past 4 years locally at the Baptist Home. I know how quickly they can steal your heart. They long for love and acceptance and family. These sisters are no different. Take a moment and CLICK HERE to go to the OH site and read more about these beautiful sisters. They are titled the 'Lovely Sisters' on the site. And please let me know if you have any questions.

Now I will introduce you to the next set of sisters that have been waiting for adoption for quite some time now.

These precious children have lost both parents due to HIV/AIDS and now reside in an orphanage apart from Hannah’s Hope. They are said to long for a family more than anything in this world. AGCI is taking steps to find a family for these sweet girls and a place for them to call “Home”.
These girls are said to be the approximate ages of 9 and 11, although believed to be older. The oldest girl is in 4th grade and loves to learn. The younger sister is in 3rd grade and is said to be gifted in sports. Both girls are known to have incredibly sweet, happy spirits and are said to be incredibly joyful despite the extreme poverty they have lived in most of their lives. They are both in excellent health and have normal development for their ages.

These girls deserve every chance at life. They deserve a family to call their own. Please take a moment to pray for these sisters. If you feel drawn toward them at all do not discard that. Pray about whether they are to join your family. God will make it known. Take a moment and CLICK HERE and read more on these beautiful sisters, titled 'Sister Love', on our OH site.

Pray for both of these sets of sisters as this year draws to a close and we embark on a new year. Let's stand together and believe that all four of these girls will have a place to call home in 2010. They have a whole life of blessing that awaits them and you can help get them there by your prayers.

Thanks so much.


  1. Hi Kelly,
    Love your blog, and all your work for the orphan. We are adopting from Ukraine this month! I wanted to ask if your sister went private again? I can't seem to access her blog...

    Jodi Lewandoski
    adopting Hunter, Reeces Rainbow

  2. Hi,
    I just adore your blog and your passion for the orphan. I have an adopted sister who, has forever changed our lives. I love reading your blogs, as well as, your sister's. I know you guys were experiencing some privacy issues. I have your sister's and yours on my blog list but, now I can not access them. I was just wondering if I could get an invite for yours/your sister's blogs! If not, no prob!
    God Bless & Happy New Year

  3. Hi Jodi and Rachel,
    Thank you for your interest in our private blogs. We are leaving them for family at this point. Thanks so much for your support of Ordinary Hero and all that we strive to do!! And Jodi, congrats on your Ukraine adoption.