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Domestic Adoption


We are incredibly grateful you have chosen life for your baby and are considering the option of adoption. We cannot possibly imagine the difficult decision you are facing. We pray daily you will be surrounded with the support and information you need to make the best decision for you and your child. We want to honor the love you have for your child and thank you for the bravery it takes to read our letter.

Joe is 32 and an engineer and Stephanie is 29 and a Registered Nurse. Our son, Elijah, is a joyful and active two year old. We enjoy spending time together, reading books to Elijah, bike riding, hiking and traveling every chance we get.

We are hoping to grow our family through adoption so we can share God’s love and the abundance of His blessings. If you choose to move forward with adoption, we will strive to:

  • love and cherish your child as our own

  • raise him/her to know they are a child of the King and loved beyond measure

  • provide culturally diverse opportunities

  • help them develop into a kind, responsible adult

  • guide them in understanding and embrace their unique family history

Regardless of your decision, please know you are a cherished and loved child of God!  He also has great plans for your life and the life of your baby! Courage and strength will be needed for any path you choose so we will pray Joshua 1:9 over you which says, “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go."


Joe and Stephanie


We are represented by Nightlight Christian Adoptions. If you want more information about us or would like to meet us, please contact Nightlight at (806) 367-6755. Our ID number is 2081547. 

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  1. We have had some life changes in our family! Stephanie quit working in March 2022 to be a full time stay at home mom. In April, Joe had a series of interviews that led us to the east coast of Florida by May 15! We are settled into our home already and eager to explore our new state. Our son Elijah prays for his baby brother or sister almost every night and we know he'll be an amazing and helpful big brother; he will be three in October.