Becky Morlock never expected to become a mother when she left the United States to serve as a missionary in India. A month after she arrived, a 2-day-old baby was given to her by a mother unable to care for him. Four years later, she is still waiting on approval from the U.S. government to bring her son home.

Kyle’s birth mother was from a remote village in India. She had concealed her pregnancy and traveled to Kalimpong to give birth. Unmarried, she could have been kicked out of her village had her pregnancy been discovered.

“She was going to leave him, in the dust bin or whatever, and go back to her village as if nothing ever happened,” explained Morlock in a Tuesday interview with The Christian Post.

“Will you take this baby?” a nurse asked Morlock on that fateful phone call. “You choose – life or death?”

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