Saturday, February 28, 2009

Testifying for KIDS!

I just wanted to share with you all that Nick and I will be testifying in front of the Kansas House of Representatives on March 11th at 1:30pm to TRY and get Kansas House Bill 2333 passed. This bill puts pregnant women using illegal substances in mandatory rehab. Join us in praying that it will pass this year.

This law would have REALLY helped out our 6 children from the abuse they suffered in the womb-we will fight until this law gets passed, no matter how long it takes. These little faces are the reason we WILL NOT REST..

To see where your state stands on this issue CLICK HERE. And remember.....One person CAN make a difference in the life of a child.

My dream is to make a Public Service Announcement (starring my kids) to advocate for adoption of drug endangered children and foster children.

Maybe some day!


MyLinda said...

You are doing a great thing. We SO need this...our babies are the ones that suffer!

Blessed Mom of 8 said...


Your blessings are worth every minute you put into their lives and this cause!

Hugs and love,

Nelly said...

I think thats a great Idea "Service Announcement" Hmmmm what could we do to get something like that done???

Amy said...

What a worthy thing to advocate for! Praying.

Chris and Elodie said...

i have a foster parent i work with here in OK and she does PSA's for adoption..she just got some done for new mexico and is working on OK...She is always looking to do them in other states and would love people to be in them..send me a message with contact info and i can forward you her info..she has a facebook if you have one..

Andrea said...

Good for you! D and I had to testify before our general assembly to get a law changed here in VA. We were back and forth several times. But God triumphed! I had to go once by myself and was scared to death. I will be praying for you!!! Blessings

Manette said...

WOW... This is FABULOUS!!! I dearly hope that your testimony had an amazing effect on those who make changes to these laws... It's desperately needed!!! Thank you so much for continuting to advocate for these kids... They desperately need someone like you who will take the necessary steps to help protect them!!! Great Job!!! Thanks!!!