As medical technology advances, more and more life issues involve the tiniest of the preborn-embryos. Are they really human life? Can those kept frozen for years on end be given a chance to grow, or are they only useful to callous researchers? Maria Lancaster is executive director of Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park in Issaquah, Washington. The mother of an eight year old who she adopted as a frozen embryo, Maria felt led to help other couples wanting to provide a future for these children. She shares her story and the amazing journey of frozen embryo adoption.