Destiny’s Wish For Family

DSC_0184“God sets the lonely in families.” Psalm 68:6

Destiny is a compassionate, joyful girl! 11-year-old Destiny is always smiling and is very extroverted and energetic! She is very happy and playful and almost always in a good mood! This sweet girl is very empathetic towards those around her and especially enjoys helping out with the younger children in the home. It’s so clear that she has such a genuine heart for the little ones at the orphanage.

Destiny is also a great helper at the home—she enjoys doing household chores and always completes her chores in a timely manner. She’s also very responsible and keeps her room tidy and her desk organized.

Destiny loves school! She’s in the 5th grade and her favorite classes are Bulgarian, English, and gymnastics. DSC_0156While some aspects of school can be challenging for Destiny, she is working hard to do her best at everything she tries! Outside of school she also regularly meets with a speech therapist and is making amazing progress. We see so much potential in her!

After school Destiny enjoys running, doing puzzles, drawing, or playing with dolls with other girls from the home. Destiny is very much a girlie girl and loves being social. She gets along great with her peers at school and other children in the home. Precious Destiny also makes friends easily and is well liked!

This amazing child is a young girl with big dreams! While she hopes to one day be an artist or a hairdresser, her biggest dream is to have a family. When asked about adoption, Destiny expressed that she would very DSC_0148much like to be adopted into a family that will love and support her! We serve an awesome God who is capable of all things—including “set[ing] the lonely in families.” We can’t wait to see what He has planned for this amazing girl!

To learn more about Destiny, reach out to Soojin Park at spark@allgodschildren.org or 971-244-1453 or Julie Rathjen at jrathjen@allgodschildren.org or 971-244-1485.

Please don’t let finances be the barrier to Destiny’s adoption.

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