At Any Cost: Overcoming Every Obstacle to Bring Our Children Home
It is so encouraging to hear God's people share their hearts with transparency and vulnerability…At Any Cost is worth the read! -Ben and Julianna Zobrist, MLB All-Star and Christian singer, and authors of Double Play Get ready for...
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It is so encouraging to hear God's people share their hearts with transparency and vulnerability…At Any Cost is worth the read!
-Ben and Julianna Zobrist, MLB All-Star and Christian singer, and authors of Double Play
Get ready for your life to be impacted by the radical message of the gospel. Get ready to laugh. Get ready to cry. Get ready to listen to the voice of God.
-Thom S. Rainer, President and CEO of Lifeway and author of I Am a Church Member
In At Any Cost, for the first time Mike and Hayley Jones share their remarkable chaotic, intercontinental story of adopting eight siblings from Sierra Leone. Facing doubts from within, character assaults from without, and a mind-numbing bureaucratic jungle, the Joneses and their two young biological sons embarked on a 34-month heart-wrenching odyssey that gave birth to The Jones Dozen.
At Any Cost is the story of a couple who not only believe God calls each of us to trust Him more than we ever thought possible, but are living proof of God's immeasurable grace and unfathomable love. Join Mike and Hayley on their inspiring journey of faith and obedience to the call God placed on their lives. You might just discover where God is leading you next.
Michael Garrett Jones is the UI Architect on the UIFramework Team at Dell. He has over 15 years of customer-facing web design experience, working for companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Citi, Art & Logic, and Microsoft. Mike is passionate about web development and is currently an evangelist for HTML5 at Dell. <P>
Mike and Hayley Jones already had two biological sons (ages 9 and 5) when they decided the time was right to pursue adoption. after a 3-year process, the family now calls themselves the "Jones dozen." all eight adopted children (ranging in age from 5 to 16) are biological siblings, comprised of seven boys and one girl, who came from a family where the father had died and the mother was unable to support the family. the Joneses make their home in Franklin, Tennessee, a suburb of Nashville.