Macey is a graphic designer and is thrilled to be using her passion for the arts to come alongside parents in their adoption journey. Ministry has always been on her heart, and she began on that path as she completed her degree in Biblical and Theological Studies at Boyce College. Macey and her husband have been happily married for a year and a half and live just outside of Chicago. They are thankful parents to their daughter who will be joining their family in February of 2021. Macey is thrilled to be in such close proximity to God’s marvelous work played out through adoption. She is constantly eager to support and lift families up in prayer as she works on their profiles.
For quite some time, there have been two things I’ve been certain of: I love Jesus, and I love the ability he’s given his creation to create. I have always felt passionately about using my life for ministry in some capacity, and God has continually paved a way for me to do so through my love for design.
My journey began as I majored in Biblical and Theological Studies with a focus in counseling at Boyce College. God worked in my heart immensely during those years, shaping my heart and fine-tuning my skills to serve him best. I have been on staff at my church as their graphic designer for the past 2 years, and since then, God has paved a path for me to join the CAC team.
Although I have not gone through the adoption process personally, it is something very near to my heart. I have seen close friends and family members be impacted by the life-giving journey of adoption. There is no doubt that God loves adoption. It is such a sweet and clear picture of the gospel, and it is a joy to see families be formed through adoption. My husband and I are eager to see where God leads us in terms of our own participation in adoption as well. We currently have one daughter, Margot, and we are excited to see how God chooses to grow our family in the years to come. Regardless, I know that I prize having a front row seat to the beauty displayed through the adoption process, and I count it as a privilege.