Dana Wynn Steele, and her husband, share their lives with others as they show that love is not bound by biology or by others. Through marriage and adoption they grew their family to 19.
If Dana were asked to foster a child, she did not look at physical or social difficulties. Instead she would turn to the Lord and see how she can help the child out. No matter what their background, Dana and her husband are able to make a positive difference in each of the children’s lives.
The title of the book, “A Starfish at a Time,” comes from the story of a child, by the seashore where there were hundreds of starfish, throwing one starfish at a time into the sea. When a passerby informed the boy that he would never be able to save all of the starfish, the boy told him that it made a difference to each one that he saved.
This story reflects the lives of this family. Each one will learn from the time together as a family that they can make a difference, one person at a time.
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