This precious girl, who is described as “merry and radiant,” will be transferred to an adult mental institution. Many of you may be following the story of Allie-Jo, a 13 year old in China who is aging out in 3 weeks. Did you know that S is also aging out in 3 weeks? Please help S the same way you are helping Allie-Jo. Pray and share her story! As an adopted woman with six adopted, special-needs sisters (including from Eastern Europe) I know what a bleak future awaits S if she is not adopted. A family would only have to complete their I800A before her birthday to keep her from aging out! If you are considering S please know that Ting Ministries will do whatever we can to help! Please don't let finances or medical terms deter you.
This is not a game. Advocating is not something we do just for fun. A child's life is at stake. PLEASE-- we have videos of S talking, pictures, and more information about S on our Waiting Child Advocacy page at www.tingministries.blogspot.com. Please contact us for the password so you can learn more about S today. There is no time to waste.
A bit about S: She is a girly-girl who loves to do her nails, and wear bows and tiaras in her hair. She is listed as having moderate mental delay, hydrocephalus and Spina bifida, but she can get around independently in her wheelchair. S is quite social, a leader among her peers, and loves going to school (for special-needs children).
“If to be feelingly alive to the sufferings of my fellow-creatures is to be a fanatic, I am one of the most incurable fanatics ever permitted to be at large.” ~William Wilberforce, abolitionist and author of "Real Christianity"
Orphans don't need curious bystanders. Orphans need incurable fanatics.