Adopted for Life – Book Giveaway

It has been a while since we’ve had a book review on Going to Seminary, so I got in touch with the good people at Crossway and requested that they send me Adopted for Life by Russel Moore. I requested the book because adoption is not only something that my wife and I are considering, but it is a subject that we can’t get very far into the scriptures without being confronted with.

While the book just arrived today and the review will be a few weeks out, I wanted to let you know that Crossway was kind enough to send me a couple extra copies. So, here is the deal, if you’d like a free copy of Adopted for Life, drop a comment on this post. On Friday I’ll pick a commenter at random to receive the book. To make things interesting, explain your personal thoughts on adoption, either in the theological sense (God’s adoption of us) or the practical sense (our adoption of children).

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  • My wife and I have considered adoption. I believe it is one of the most wonderful things you acan do as a human. To be able to share your home and your faith with a young child can make a world of difference in their lives. But you better be careful, that child may just make a world of difference in your life.

  • My wife and I have always considered helping orphans to be a direct commandment that we hoped He would equip us to handle one day. We are now in the process of adopting and would be greatly appreciative of receiving a copy of this book (pdf copy would also be great!) since our Church does not have it and we are trying to keep our expenses as low as possible right now. Thank you for considering us for your gift.

Written by Ryan Burns