“You either get old, or you get old doing something,” says Kim Anderson. “And this is what God has put on our hearts to do.” What is this thing laid on their heart? Raising three boys, abandoned at birth in China, for their white skin, white hair and colorless eyes. This is the norm in China for children born with albinism, where they become outcasts unwelcome at school, unable to marry, and often left for dead by parents subject to the nation’s One Child policy. The Andersons went to China to adopt, but they didn’t know they would come home with their boys, didn’t know that albinism and rescuing the disenfranchised would be a call.