Moms Of Faith

About Momsoffaith

Hello! and God Bless You! I am a twenty-six year old stay at home mom with two beautiful little girls (five and two); I am married to my college sweetheart and personal computer technician. I am also a Christian and find it’s important to be active in our church and community! The purpose of this blog is to help other parents of faith find ways to positively impact their community for Christ! If not us, then who? We have a responsibility to our world as Christians! We ALL need to be “high-impact” believers in our local community and beyond! For everyone who has asked themselves, “How can I impact my society for Christ?”, I hope this blog will give you some ideas. I plan to also drop in bargains that I find online, because everyone could benefit by saving a little money. I will work hard to bring factual information to all of my posts, whether I choose to blog on Global Warming or the latest bargain I have found online.

Please keep in mind this blog is the opinion of one woman and without many differing opinions, the world would be a very boring place. Please pull up a chair, pour yourself a cuppa your favorite beverage, and lets make a positive impact for Christ! Please feel free to share your comments and stories with us!

or send me an email: amanda(dot)henson(at)hotmail(dot)com

3 Responses to "About Momsoffaith"

This a great sight hon. I am so proud of you to use your love for God and family and put it out here like this! You and Jon are both great , loving parents with a great concern for seeing that the kids are brought up in a Christian lifestyle and that they know Gods love. Good luck with your calling here, I’m sure you will learn alot and hope others learn from you!

Love, Dad


I was recently reading your blog, and given your recent posting on adoption, I thought that you might be interested in this report that was released yesterday by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

The 2007 National Foster Care Adoption Attitudes Survey is the first-of-its-kind from the Foundation to specifically gauge American attitudes towards foster care adoption. The survey reveals that 48 million Americans have considered adoption from foster care. Yet, given that number, many Americans hold misperceptions about the foster care adoption process and the children who are eligible for adoption – deterring potential adoptive parents from engaging in the foster care adoption process.

According to the survey:

· Nearly half of all Americans mistakenly believe that foster care adoption is expensive. In reality adopting from foster care is free and there is financial support available for adoptive parents after the adoption is finalized.

· Nearly half of Americans currently believe children in foster care have entered the system because of juvenile delinquency. In reality, the vast majority of children enter the foster care system through no fault of their own.

· Less than half of Americans believe that a single parent raising an adoptive child definitely can provide a healthy environment. However 32 percent of children adopted from foster care in 2005 were adopted by single parents or unmarried couples.

If you’d like more information about this report, or a copy of the executive summary, please do not hesitate to give me a call at (202) 572-2924 or send me an email at the address provided below.

Andrew Lewis,

Hey I love this site and I love to see you this happy and dedicated to something even though we might not believe the same way…a little diff…i love to see anyone this excited!!! you are doing so good and i am glad you all are. i love you so much and i will definitly keep checking in on this blog. I love you guys give everyone hugs and kisses. Ashlee

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