Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Reece's Rainbow! (yes, even that British one!)
We hope you are enjoying a very thankful day with people you love, either in person or in your heart!
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I am so thankful God chose me to be Henry's mommy from August 2011 to November 28, 2012. I am so thankful was able to hold him, feed him, seek medical care for him, and let him play on the floor next to me when I made dinner or did laundry. I am so thankful that he taught our whole family that every single human life is valuable no matter what and that love is the only thing that endures in this world. I am thankful I will see my sweet boy again in heaven one day.
Carla - Henry's mom
We are so thankful this holiday season for our beautiful Artem and for the ministry of Reece's Rainbow that allowed us to bring him into our family. It has been such a gift to watch him grow. We can't wait to continue to share through this ministry. What amazing things God is doing! We have been so blessed to get the opportunity to love Artem and help him become the person God created. I am thankful to be able to share our story and the story of Reece's Rainbow with others.
The Carr Family
We are thankful for all the people who are working so hard, both here and in her country, to help us bring our little one home! And we are so thankful that we are able to travel to meet her in person this December! Love, The Carr Family
The Ray Family
We are thankful for God sending us this beautiful, sweet boy! It wouldn't have been possible without Reece's Rainbow and their facilitation team! Thank you for helping us find Micah! :)
The Ray Family
We are thankful for our beautiful daughter from Ukraine, who is fully blind, and has opened our eyes to a whole new world. She brings us joy and excitement every day. We are for ever Thankful to God for leading us to her. We are also thankful to all those who donated to our FSP and who helped pray her home. It was a challenging journey getting to our girl and it was the the support and love of friends, as well as our Savior, who helped us stay strong on that journey. For that we are grateful as today, we could not imagine life without our girl. She is home 5 months and is truly a blessing beyond words.
Sometimes in life, the best gifts go unnoticed. This certainly could have held true for our family. Thankfully instead, our family said "yes" to the adventure, and in the process uncovered three, amazingly beautiful treasures. Three years later, we can't imagine our world without them. We can't even imagine a day without them. And our lives are certainly richer with their smiles, their love and their presence in our home. Today, and every day, we give thanks for five gifts given and three treasures found.