Swaying in the Treetops
About the Book
This is the story of how two people began a typical American family and then found themselves unexpectedly traveling down a road not many others travel, climbing the tree God asks all of us to climb—the tree of faith. This book chronicles many of their eighteen adoptions, but it is really a story for anyone interested in seeking to serve God fully and faithfully, embracing the indescribable joy that can be found only by following His path—whether through adoption or some other means—and seeing God's trustworthiness played out in very practical and tangible ways.
About the Authors
Scott and Kathy Rosenow have been married for thirty-eight
years. They have four biological children and eighteen adopted. They are the founders and directors of The Shepherd's Crook Orphan Ministry. God has given them an interesting, perhaps even unique, story to tell, and they try to tell it faithfully whenever they can.
What Others Are Saying
"When Christians seek out and care for the orphan in distress, it makes the Gospel vibrantly visible in both its beauty and its costliness. Nowhere is that more true than with the Rosenow family. Their story weaves an unforgettable journey of faithfulness to God, and along the way reveals God's heart in actions that glow brighter than words alone ever could."
President, Christian Alliance for Orphans
"An amazing true story of God at work in the lives of an everyday couple as they wrestle with faith, sacriﬁce, hardship, and triumph while living out the unbelievable call of God on their lives. A captivating book that will be hard to put down."
Christian Recording Artist