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Category Archives: Thoughts

Our 1st Media Mission (Storytelling Changes The World)

Storytelling Changes the World How do you put into words something that so drastically changed your life? People ask “View full post »

‘Things Emma Taught Me’ – (Guest Post)

One of the first things I tell people about our Media Mission was how humbling it was.  I was humbled to my core forView full post »

Media Mission: Meet Sharon and the Aunties

I want to introduce you to one of my heros: Sharon, 27 years old, Ugandan, grew up in an orphanage. I think after youView full post »

Media Mission: Day 5

There’s an undefinable comfort in familiarity. The smell of your favorite morning beverage as the light breaks overView full post »

Media Mission: Day 1

While interviewing all of the Media Mission applicants a lot of prayer and thought went into the final nine. UltimatelyView full post »

Why We’re Doing The Media Mission

I’ve sat out to write this blog post several times. However, as before any of our overseas trips, the work pile growsView full post »

Wisdom Through Infertility (Guest Post)

Hey Guys! We want to introduce you to a beautiful soul. She is strong and loving, wise and faithful. We can’tView full post »

Mercy Monday- Jamie Ivey (Guest Post)

The Archibald Project would like to introduce the darling Jamie Ivey, mother of 4, wife to one Jamie and her husbandView full post »

Mercy Monday- Thankfulness

“Shout with joy to the LORD, all the earth! Worship the LORD with gladness. Come before him, singing with joy.View full post »

Together For Adoption Conference & Videos!

 We can’t begin to express how humbled and excited we are as we look back over our time at the Together for AdoptionView full post »

Be Who You Is…

“Be who you is, because if you ain’t who you is, then you is who you ain’t.” This is one of my favorite BrennanView full post »

Our Time With The Rogers

There is a spirit of contentment that you just canʼt fake. You can always tell when someone is trying to impress youView full post »

What Adoption Should Look like

Tears tipped over my bottom eyelid and discreetly dribbled down my check as I photographed children dancing at aView full post »

What Will You Do With What You Know?

What will you do with what you know? This question has been stated in my presence, never actually directed at me, twiceView full post »

Our Gear.

Greetings! Today’s post is for our techie friends out there. Some of you have asked about our photography gear and weView full post »

Random Ramblings From Our Journey Home.

I go to write, and my thoughts evade me. We’re on a greyhound style bus right now headed for Hong Kong. We leftView full post »

Adoption is Hard.

The last thing we want to do is leave out the hard parts. Yes, we want to share the hopeful and joyful sides of adoptionView full post »

Normal People, Big God

The Archibald Project is in China. I’m sitting by my hotel window overlooking the city lake. The sun is trying toView full post »

Cast Your Fears To Jesus

I’ve recently started my mornings with a hot cup of tea, the back doors wide open with our dog bathing in the risingView full post »

In Honor of Archie

Today is a special day.  Exactly two years ago, the Eicher family adopted a little boy named Archie.  This day isView full post »

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