Grammy Award-winning Christian singer Lauren Daigle says in a new interview that she’s passionate about adoption and vows to adopt at least one child in the future because there are so many children in need, and that her friend He said that he had an “adoption agreement” with the children.
The two-time Grammy Award winner commented: people Prior to appearing on the CBS program on December 22nd. house for holidays, an annual celebration of adoption stories. Sponsored by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Christmas special. Other performers include CeCe Winans, Gavin DeGraw, Katharine McPhee, David Foster, and Pentatonix.
“I’ve seen some children’s stories that didn’t turn out the best,” she told People magazine. “I’ve seen children fall back into the hands of predators. I’ve seen it in my own family’s stories. When asked, ‘If I could do anything with my career,’ always answers, “I want to rewrite it.” [legislation] For the children of this country. ”
Daigle said she would like to adopt a child in the future.
“I always say to my friends, ‘Why don’t you just say you’re going to adopt at least one child and see what happens?'” she said. “I feel like if we all work together as a sisterhood, we can support each other.”
She added, “It’s like an adoption agreement. I tell them they might adopt more children than they biologically have.”
She says only a few people in her friend group are married.
“A lot of us are single and in our 30s. I’m like, ‘By the time I’m 40, let’s just move on and adopt some kids.’ Why not? ””
Daigle was recently shocked by an adoption story at a concert.
“I had a chance the other day to have this little girl jump on stage and dance with me,” she said. She said, “I remember feeling joy, like she was dancing from another place. God prompted me, ‘Is there anything you want to say to the crowd?’ And she says, “I was just adopted!” I was overwhelmed. The crowd roared and she began to cry. ”
house for holidays The show will air on December 22 at 8pm ET on CBS.
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Michael Faust has covered the intersection of faith and news for 20 years. His story was published in Baptist Press. Christianity Today, Christian Poecent, of leaf chronicle, of toronto star and of knoxville news sentinel.
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