New Xulon True Story: Adoption And Following God’s Calling

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The Rosenows provide lives filled with hope and promise to 18 abandoned children.

Swaying in the Treetops - A True Story of Faith and the Fatherless

God will make heroes of ordinary people.

Within the pages of Scott and Katherine Rosenow’s new book, Swaying in the Treetops - A True Story of Faith and the Fatherles s, ($33.99, paperback, 9781498454735) readers will discover 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 to climb – the tree of faith. This book chronicles many of the Rosenows’ eighteen adoptions, but it is really a story for anyone interested in seeking to serve God fully and faithfully. Their story demonstrates how everyone can embrace 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. The stories contained within the pages of this book highlight, clearly and poignantly, the value of, and the potential hidden within, every human life.

“Our desire is that all readers would be similarly challenged to throw themselves into the fathomless immensity of God's grace and provision, as they begin seeking whatever powerful adventure He has for them,” states the author. “God will make heroes of ordinary people – heroes who bring healing, and change the course of lives broken in body and spirit and emptied of all hope.”

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 – devoted to helping to find permanent families for difficult-to-place children from all over the world. They personally lived every story told in this book, and witnessed every amazing, supernatural metamorphosis in the lives of these children. God has given them an interesting, perhaps even unique, story to tell, and they try to tell it faithfully whenever they can.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Swaying in the Treetops - A True Story of Faith and the Fatherless through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through,, and

Media Contact: Scott and Katherine Rosenow
Email: scottandkathy(at)theshepherdscrook(dot)org

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