We are moving right along.  Our Home Study has been finalized and our Dossier is complete except for Immigration Approval.  The Dossier is already in Hungary and in the process of being translated.  Our paperwork has arrived at Immigration and is being processed.  We are so thankful for every step that God provides along the way!!!  We expect to travel after the first of the year – God willing!  We are very excited about what God is showing us and all that He is doing!  We are so very grateful to Him for His mercy and grace and provision throughout this entire process!  Moving closer to bringing our kids home!!!!

Tickets are now on sale for our show!  We are so excited!!!  We are also so grateful to all of those who are helping us spread the word about the show!  You can purchase tickets online from the Harvest Church website, for $12 in advance or at Harvest Church office, Dove Christian SupplyGoldfingers,  Joy FM, and online.   Tickets will be $15 at the door the night of the event.  Each Ticket has a coupon for a free Goldfingers Sandwich with a purchase of side and drink.  Dinner and a show!!!

We have sold several puzzle pieces and the puzzle is starting to take shape!  Thank you to everyone who is helping us on this journey!  Since our travel date has been moved up, we are trusting God to provide all of the finances at the time of need!  Go God!!!  Our Father God is an Awesome God!


Praise the Lord!!!  My fingerprints finally got “unstuck” from the computer glitch – thanks to many phone calls from my husband!  We got the approval letter today!  Yay!  So, our home study is almost complete!!!  We are in the process of completing the Dossier.

Praise the Lord!  Our upcoming show Taylor Mason is coming along and we are praying for a sell out crowd!  We have had several corporate sponsors and we are so grateful!  We are handing out fliers and posters and promoting this great family event!  Please share if you know someone in the area!  We are thankful to Faith Radio, one of the local Christian radio stations, for planning to interview Taylor Mason about the show.

Praise the Lord!  We have had several wonderful people support our adoption by buying a puzzle piece!  Our puzzle is beautiful!  We thank God for each dear person that helps us bring our kids home when they buy a puzzle piece or donate!  Thank you!!!

Praise the Lord!  Our adoption is progressing.  God’s hand is on our process!  God is moving our journey along faster than we had expected!  We are praying for the finances to come in time for us to travel and to meet each payment need as it arrives.  We know that “With God, nothing is impossible!”  We are so thankful for everything that God has done and is doing!  God is awesome!  Please share our blog or The Rosetta’s Adoption Facebook page and help us raise the money needed to complete our adoption!  Thank you to all of those who have and are helping us bring our kids home!  God bless you!!!

Our Upcoming Concert

We are so excited about the upcoming performance with Taylor Mason!    This will be A Night of Hope to support and raise awareness about adoption.  Lifeline Children’s Services will be there to answer questions and present information.  It will be a night of fun for the entire family to raise funds to give children forever homes!  Tickets will be on sale very soon!

Meet our Adoption Agency

We have been so blessed by our adoption agency and want to share about who they are………

Lifeline is celebrating 30 years of bringing a hope and a future to orphaned children. Today, they have almost 50 staff members on the phone, in meetings, out in the field.. all working together to find incredible  families for children in need of a loving, caring home. Lifeline has become known in adoption circles for putting the interest of the child first and specializing in quality training and education for our families. As a result they maintain an excellent relationship with adoption authorities both in the US and also in the international countries they serve. Lifeline is now the fastest growing adoption agency in the United States.

Back in 1981, John Carr, a retired social worker approached Wales Goebel, founder of Sav-a-life (a crisis pregnancy ministry), with a desire to begin an adoption agency that would be a viable extension of the crisis pregnancy ministry. Mr. Carr felt the need to provide young girls with an avenue to carry their child to term, and if they so desired, be able to place the child through adoption. The vision was to provide an outreach ministry to mothers in crisis, children needing loving care, and families craving the blessings of a child. Lifeline Children’s Services was founded to find loving, Christian homes for children who were being given the gift of life from their birthmothers.In 1984, Lifeline Villagewas founded to meet not only a young lady’s spiritual needs, but her emotional, physical, social and intellectual ones as well. Many birthmothers needed a refuge and safe haven to retreat to in the wake of a crisis pregnancy. Lifeline Village fills that need by placing girls into a stable and nurturing home environment where consistent love, discipline and direction is given by a married Christian couple who serves as house parents. Lifeline Village contains 2 homes which can house up to eight each, on 80 acres in Pell City, Alabama.In 2000, Lifeline expanded its outreach to International Adoption, developing an International Adoption Program to China, in 2003 Ukraine was added, and later in 2004 Guatemala. Each year additional countries have been added and now Lifeline is presently involved in 12 countries. Through our agency hundreds of orphans from around the globe are being placed into loving Christian homes. Since the founding in 1981, Lifeline has placed almost 2,500 precious orphaned children into loving Christian homes, and ministered to over 3,000 women in crisis. Through all of the God-given resources and facets of our agency, Lifeline seeks to make an investment in the lives of children, mothers in the wake of crisis, families wanting the blessing of a child, and orphans around the globe needing a home in which they can see and hear the Gospel.  Current countries – ColombiaPolandChinaUkrainePeruUgandaHungaryBulgariaCosta RicaHaitiTaiwanDominican RepublicEthiopiaCongo

Throughout the world, there are more than 143 million children who live in orphanages, in over-crowded foster homes, or alone on the streets. In some cases, orphans are well-cared for; however, in most cases, these children are merely reminders of parenting experiences gone terribly wrong. In the best scenarios, orphanages are well-staffed with workers who are tasked with feeding, clothing, and educating children. More commonly, these institutions are grossly understaffed and under-served by those who simply need a job and lack the desire to nurture the orphans. It is a fact that orphanage conditions are not conducive for healthy development or preparation of children to live outside the orphanage walls. “Graduates” are usually released from the institutions around age 16 to make it on their own without the basic tools for survival or training of any kind. Most cannot make themselves a meal, much less a dignified living. In reality, most of the unadopted become trapped in a lifestyle of exploitation and disgraceful servitude. By no fault of their own, these teens soon find themselves subject to a life they could never have imagined – a life in which they are completely unprepared to make it alone.

(Un)adopted exists to make a difference. As a ministry of Lifeline Children’s Services, they are uniquely positioned to initiate effective change. Lifeline has been involved with international adoption since 1999, and was among the first agencies to receive Hague Accreditation. Having led many families through the process of adoption, Lifeline’s leadership became burdened with the circumstances of those children who have been left behind.