It's that time of the year, the annual National Adoption Day on May 11th.
I will be traveling to Korea tomorrow, and as soon as I land I will be whisked to Kwachon City Adoption Festival, where MPAK has been conducting this festival for several years with the funding provided by the Kwachon City (just south of Seoul).
In addition to the National Adoption Day event, I will be speaking at a church in Ansung, and to the students at a univeristy in Busan.
For past week, there has been so much that has happened. The foremost of which was the Hope for Orphans Institute event at the Saddleback Church. Two days later, the Summit VIII by Christian Alliance for Orphans at the same place.
Since the event, I had no time to sit down and form my thoughts or download the pictures to share on my blog. But I am expecting to do this when I am sleepless in Seoul adjusting to their local time, which will take a few days, and then by then I will have to come back home.
I can't promise anything. But I do intend on visiting MOHW and talk to the government officials, and perhaps visit with some agencies as well. If there is anything that I can share with my readers, I will be more than happy to.