With all due apologies to Derb, on this day of hope for conservatives, we can also highlight a longer-lasting and more profound hope than that presented by even the most optimistic election scenarios. After all, faith and culture matter more than politics.
November is National Adoption Month (no, I’m not a big fan of government-designated “months,” but we’ll roll with it), and it’s worth highlighting some truly remarkable individuals who are doing everything they can to bring hope to the hopeless.
My wife and I adopted this year, bringing home a precious little girl from Ethiopia. During that process, we met some remarkable families, and learned — once again — that our culture, even with its many problems, by God’s grace still produces selfless citizens. I’m humbled to know many of these men and women and delighted to know their children.
Read the stories, comment on an article, and know there are many thousands more families like those highlighted, families who — to borrow a phrase from my pastor — push back against the consequences of the Fall and provide loving homes for the “least of these.”