I nervously switched off the television early Sunday morning as I heard my children bounding toward the door. I didn’t want them to hear the news. I didn’t want to hear it myself. Every time I see what is going on in Russia, with the government calling for an immediate halt on American adoptions, I think about the orphanage where I first met my two oldest sons.”
Russell Moore, professor at Southern Seminary, blogs about the potentially tragic implications of Russia ending the practice of international adoptions from their country.