Normally there’s nothing exciting to write about my travel days, but today is an exception. Today, the American Airlines lounge at the Port-au-Prince airport feels electric with joy and expectations. Today, seven children from GLA and their new families are waiting for flights out and home.
I’ve been doing this work for ten years. I’ve seen hundreds of orphaned and abandoned children placed in loving, permanent families. But it still feels like a miracle every time. Today, the very air of the crowded, dirty airport lounge is thick with Divine grace. Seven children, going home! God is good.