https://amyelaine.com | “Oh the beauty of God’s plan! He is a god of restoration and redemption. At first I wanted to hide…but I’ve learned that God will use my story. It’s about letting go of the idea of perfection and using our stories to bring healing to others.” ~ Adrian C. Collins
Adrian C. Collins has such a beautiful adoption journey story and we’re talking about it in this newest episode of the “Share Your Story” series on Real Victory Radio.
Listen in to hear how the redemptive nature of God brings about restoration to this family. I’ve never heard another story quite like Adrian’s. It’s so beautiful. When we can’t see a way, God still has a plan and a purpose in mind for our story. You don’t want to miss this!
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About My Guest
Adrian Collins writes about the real-life complexities of being both a birth mother and an adoptive mother. She has testified before the Colorado Senate committee on behalf of the Colorado Children First Act, been a guest on various podcasts, and featured on Today Show Parents and Today.com. She has been published in various publications including Today Show Parents, Grown and Flown, The Daily Signal, The Hill, CBN News, Christian Post, Her View From Home and BLUNTmoms, and is the adoption blog manager for Hope’s Promise, a faith-based adoption agency. Adrian studied journalism at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego and is married to her high school sweetheart where they currently reside in Castle Rock, Colorado. Adrian completed her first memoir about hope and healing through the journey of adoption. She can be reached at adrianccollins.com, Facebook, instagram.com/adrianccollins or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.