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Thank you for being a part of our journey!

Blessings,
Christine and Sol Moghadam

39 comments:

  1. praying for you and your kids right now. 11:42 pm in Lynchburg, Virginia, USA

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  2. Praying for a miracle. Trusting God to protect you and ALL of your kids. You are being covered in prayer by both friends and strangers. 11:36 pm in Fowler, KS.

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  3. Praying for you and your family....praying comfort and safety for all your children. I'll be passing this on and asking for many more prayers. I pray God uses this for his glory....We'll see prayers answered. 1:05am, Angela near Charlotte, NC.

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  4. With tears in my eyes, I'm praying for each of you - all of you. Specifically, that all of you will be physically protected and that Ethan and Isaac's hearts will not be forever damaged. May you have peace during this unimaginable time and may officials move swiftly to correct this situation and that your entire family can be reunited and returned home. Peace, protection, justice. Portland, Maine - 5:01 am EDT.

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  5. Praying that this is resolved soon and that you are reunited with your children - all of them

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  6. Praying in Denver, Colorado!

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  7. Standing with you in prayer from Florida - Jay

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  8. Praying for you and with you! God move this mountain in Jesus name and unite this family of 8 back together!!

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  9. Praying with you and for your sweet children. May the God of peace give them a sense of peace they have never known before. May he surround them with his love and "be so near to their broken hearts" like he promises he is. Our hearts bleed for your story and are anxiously awaiting the GOOD news that you are all free and TOGETHER and HOME.

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  10. Praying for you today, especially for your hearts and the hearts of your sweet children. May they feel their Father's love and presence and not be afraid. And may you know His peace that passes all understanding.

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  11. Lifting you up in prayer! Asking our Father to protect and comfort each member of your family as you face this obstacle that goes beyond what any adoptive parent imagines as part of their journey. Asking Him to move mountains and open locked doors. We will be supporting you in prayer here in Lexington until everyone is safely home.

    Amy & Jeff Wills
    Brandon, Becca and our Ethiopian princesses Elise & Michaela

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  12. My family and I just found out about your family and your current situation (maybe half an hour ago), and want you to know that we are standing with you in prayer. We pray for your physical protection and a quick resolution to this horrible misunderstanding. We pray "that out of His glorious riches [God] may strengthen you with power through His Spirit in your inner being" (Ephesians 3:16), filling you with His courage and His peace as He leads you through this hard time. We pray that God will protect your children's hearts, and that somehow He will use this to draw them closer to Him and each other. And we are confident that God, who directed your paths up to this point, will continue the good work that He started for the glory of His Name. --Katie & Sean in Wisconsin 11:30 a.m.

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  13. Standing with you and your children in prayer and great expectation.

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  14. Prayers for your family right from Indiana. Praying for God to protect the hearts of your children through all of this, praying for Him to give you peace and a clear mind. Praying you stand firm through this, and trust that He has something amazing planned to come out of this for His glory.

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  15. Just read about your situation and in disbelief at how something like this could happen. Praying for God to not only rescue you, but to be magnificently glorified. Don't worry about your children...The Lord Himself watches over them.

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  16. Deuteronomy 3:22 ~ Do not be afraid of them; the LORD your God himself will fight for you.

    Praying that you are feeling God's perfect peace in the midst of unimaginable chaos. I believe that God has amazing things in store for your family, which is why the enemy is fighting so hard to keep it from happening. Stay strong!

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  17. Praying that God will loose his angels to protect and keep you and your children. That His peace will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.

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  18. Have been praying, am praying, will continue to pray, until your feet touch American soil.

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  19. We have been praying for your family ever since we heard about the situation last night. We will continue to pray until you are all home! And then we will pray some more as you adjust to life as a family of 8. We currently have 2 children that are adopted and know that there is always an adjustment period. May the Lord bless your family in powerful ways!

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  20. Praying for peace, comfort, safety, and Jesus' protection for your whole family!

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  21. Sol and Christine,

    Word is getting around pretty fast about your situation right now. We are praying that it goes viral. Our God is a Mighty God and we are praying for His Divine protection over each of you. I cannot begin to express what wells up in my heart, everytime I think of you all. I was reading some of your posts earlier and you quoted this Scripture:
    Zephaniah 3:17
    " The Lord your God is with you.
    He is mighty enough to save you.
    He will take great delight in you.
    The quietness of his love will calm you down.
    He will sing with joy because of you."

    I claim this Word over you all today! May you all feel His Love, His Presence, and His Protection over you as you continue this journey. May He bring your entire family home soon!

    Grace and Peace,

    Candy Carter

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  22. I don't know you guys, but as a fellow adoptive family, we are standing in the gap praying for you right now!!!!

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  23. As a couple in the midst of adopting into our family, your story cuts into the deepest parts of our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you! We hope and pray that you will be reunited with your entire family soon!

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  24. Praying for you in Georgia. We are also an adoptive family with bio kids as well. My heart breaks for you and your children.

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  25. My family has been praying for you since hearing about your frightening situation late last night. We pray for God to watch over your family & lead you all home safely. We have one biological child & 1 one adopted child home 8 mos. from China. Our hearts go out to you.

    Sincerely,
    The Crawhorn family in Indiana

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  26. I saw a post about your situation on facebook yesterday. I instantly shared it with all my friends, as well. Many people are praying for your entire family. I want you to know that this did not surprise our heavenly Father and that He will use this for His glory in the lives of each of you.

    This is the post I shared on facebook (Ann Voskamp) just before I saw the urgent request for prayer for your family.

    "Pray with eyes on Christ and not on the crisis.

    Because when you pray with eyes on Christ and not on the crisis — your prayers are always answered: He edifies, He embraces, He is enough."

    I know you know this in your head, I pray you can embrace it with your hearts!

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  27. praying for you even though we don't know each other, I am so deeply saddened by this. The body of Christ ALL OVER AMERICA is lifting you and your entire family up. I pray that you are protected, that your precious boys feel the holy spirit protecting them, and that your newly adopted children will one day realize that amazing journey and trial you went through to bring them home. You are in my prayers.
    Tampa Florida

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  28. We have heard about your family and wanted you to know that we are praying for protection for both of you and for ALL of your children. I am praying that the Lord will block the memories of these very scary days in their lives from their minds so that there is no way that Satan can use it against them or you all in the future. There is no way for me to begin to fathom the intense emotions that you all are going through. I'm just speechless.

    We just came home from an attempted adoption in Ukraine (our 16 yr. old "son" decided to stay there) and we were devastated. Hearing about your situation gave us something to "distract" us from our heartbreak and to focus on standing in the gap for someone else. I can not wait to hear how the Lord works in this situation.

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  29. Dear Sol and Christine;
    It is so very sad that this has happened to you. I feel in your heart you believe you were doing the right thing. However, being that Ghana is not a country that has adopted (no pun intended) the Hague Convention on human trafficing, I believe you have been caught up in a terrible situation where those children may not have been properly relinquished as defined by the US State Department.
    It seems you are an innocent party caught up in burearacy of greed and other issues.
    I hope for the children of Ghana, that facilitators that are approaching parents to sign off on their children ceases because no one wants to adopt a child knowing that they were coerced from their parents simply because their family is poor.
    Please find the strength and should this not work out for you, there are many american children in dire need of homes. This website is linked into the U.S. Health and human services throughout the USA. THere is a photo listing and they are paper ready either through relinquishment or court order removal. THe sad stories are overwhelming especially the Native American children in Wyoming, North and South Dakota, Montana.

    We Americans cannot even fix our own orphan situation, how can we hope to help other countries with band aids. The amount of money spent on an Adoption Internationally would be better spent to start up work, training centers and clinics so poor parents are not forced to relinquish their children to a paid facilitator.

    Americans fly 5,000 miles to adopt a child, yet Europeans mostly Danish have come to America to adopt out of the Miami foster care to the tune of 44 children because Americans are too busy chasing the exotic sales job given to them by an Adoption agency.
    http://www.adoptuskids.org

    If you want to check the 990 IRS tax returns of Adoption agencies like Dillon you can for free at http://www.guidestar.com They make in the Millions $$$ from international adoption. What happens in Ghana will stay in Ghana. ..

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  30. Praying for each one of you- As you can see in your comments, you've got a wave of prayers acorss this country...and I have heard of at least one pastor in Ghana being informed, so you know some bold Followers in Ghana itself are lifting you up. And we will not stop praying until your famiy is safely home and all is resolved, at which time we will rejoice with you for the protection God has provided and will continue to provide you in even this.

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  32. God has used your story not only to strengthen your faith but to affect the lives of many people across the country. I don't know of an adopting family that does not have a story of a challenged faith. We never know what part of the adoption process God will use to change us and others who are looking on. We all know that his ways are not our ways. His ways are perfect!! Thank you for making yourselves available for God to use in this way. I am touched!

    In Texas!

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  33. thousands of starving, homeless, hopeless, abused, children here in the US, and you have to go to Africa????

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  34. Thank you for your commitment to these children. My husband and I have not yet taken that step- but we have thought about it! I did not know until my college roommate April told me on her blog that just 1/3 of Americans have thought about adopting, and only 2% actually do. Thank you. My church is praying for you and your family here in Ottumwa, Iowa.

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  35. Anonymous...8:33 am
    It is difficult to adopt out of the U.S. foster system or in the U.S. period. We got on a waiting list for a while and were told we would have to wait a long , long time. We decided to adopt from China instead.
    The just adopt from the U.S. is not the right or appropriate comment!
    Hope the AP's are home soon with ALL their children.

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  36. Praying for you in Minnesota. Maybe God is using your difficult situation and the media frenzy to touch our hearts, who knew nothing of your adoption, to pray specifically for your new family and the Ghanan children still in need. God bless you.

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  37. Love your story and we're praying for you all.

    facebook.com/Ghanamanbook

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  38. are you home yet? please update your blog xxx

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