Jordan Mather

is adopting a child from United States of America

We have BIG news!

After many conversations and prayer we have felt called to add s'more love to our family through adoption!!

Jordan and I are beyond excited and doing everything we can to be prepared to welcome a beautiful new baby into our home. We are currently in the home study process and awaiting to be chosen by a birth mother. It may surprise you to hear that adoption related costs can easily total up to $35,000+ - - This is why we have set a goal of $38,000 based on the average cost our agency told us to be prepared for. Although, this number seems big, we believe that Jesus is our provider and bigger than any number that can be thrown our way.

Jordan and I feel led to pursue a domestic infant adoption with the hope of having a semi-open adoption plan with the birth mother.

We are partnering with Pure Charity to help us raise the funds that will help bring a baby into our home who we can call our own and love them with everything that we've got.

Again, our goal is to raise $38,000 that will go towards the cost of the adoption fees. Would you please prayerfully consider donating and being a part of the story God is writing with our family. Every donation, no matter how big or small will help make this adoption a success and bring our dreams to a reality. Also, we would appreciate it if you would share this with others who may desire to participate.

Thank you so much for being a part of this story and and helping Jordan and I accomplish what God has called us to do! We couldn't do it without you!

-The Mather's


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$15,585 raised of $38,000 goal
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Donations 26

  • Chris & LeAnn Sellers gave $200
  • Daniel & Kristine Glaser gave $250
  • Steve Mills gave $100
  • Rebecca Hicks gave $150
  • Rob, Michele, Caroline and Cooper gave $500
  • Dana Lamas gave $50
  • Diana Cobb gave $20
  • The Key to Missions gave $305
  • evan ward gave $50