In 1992, a 19-year-old single mother of one made the decision to place her second child, a newborn, for adoption. This qualitative exploration of adoption issues is written in part in first person by the authors: the birthmother, the daughter she raised, the daughter she placed, and the adoptive mother. The article explores the adoption literature and examines a scriptural adoption narrative for themes and for recommendations. The authors address negative stereotypes around adoption, the common theme of loss in all parties, and the potential for healing in reunion. This is a unique opportunity to hear the multiple voices of adoption in one narrative.