Our Adoption Story: Mark and Katharyn Richt

A compelling story of sacrificial and surprising love
 
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What could you do to help the orphans, as commanded in Scripture? Mark Richt, head coach at the University of Georgia, and his wife, Katharyn, talk about the decision they made years ago to adopt two children from Ukraine: a little girl named Anya, who was born with a facial deformity, and a 3-year-old boy named Zach. Hear them share what this commitment, made over 10 years ago, has meant to them and their children.

Adoption: The Gift That Keeps on Giving (part 2)

When you’re a successful collegiate football coach for a top program, life is already plenty complicated. So why would God call you into something so challenging as adoption? For Georgia Bulldog coach Mark Richt and his wife Katharyn, the answer was found in the face of their adopted daughter. Join us for a compelling story of sacrificial and surprising love.

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