Stephanie Rhoton

Nashville, TN

I am an elementary school teacher and adjunct college professor. I have always had a heart for children and missions. I always planned to adopt as I feel every child deserves to know what a loving home is like. Adoption is one way to fulfill that belief. I did not imagine I would be adopting as a single mom, but God placed this on my heart and I am answering His call. I feel more called to this adoption journey than anything else in my life.

I am an elementary school teacher and adjunct college professor. I have always had a heart for children and missions. I always planned to adopt as I feel every child deserves to know what a loving home is like. Adoption is one way to fulfill that belief. I did not imagine I would be adopting as a single mom, but God placed this on my heart and I am answering His call. I feel more called to this adoption journey than anything else in my life.

Little Boys

Orphan Honduras

In July 2012, I began traveling to Honduras to do mission work and above all be the hands and feet of Jesus. While I was there on my first trip, I met two very small twin baby boys who were 7 months old at a children’s home. God spoke to my heart almost two years ago to take a huge leap of faith and pursue adoption of the boys as a single mom. They will be 6 in a November and I cannot wait to bring them home. How could I ignore such a honorable and amazing opportunity?

Ms. Jeanette

Widow Nashville, TN

Ms. Jeanette will be 95 years old in December. Ms. Jeanette was married for 41 years to her husband Ty Cobb, who passed away in 1993. Mr. Cobb was a WWII veteran who served in Europe. He was one of the first soldiers who freed prisoners at Mauthausen. Ms. Jeanette has 3 children and 5 grandchildren. The home that we are working on was the house that she and her husband built and raised their children in.

My Both Hands Project

Project November 11, 2017

A team of volunteers is completing a service project of fixing up a widow's home. We are raising sponsorship for our day of service. The funds raised will help two orphans to become adopted into a forever family. Will you sponsor us?

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Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress...

James 1:27 (NIV)
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