While attending a pro-life conference earlier this year, I listened to a lecture on adopting children from a different race. The two presenters were talking about a term they called “transracial adoption.” To my surprise, much of the presentation consisted of the two white women explaining, to a predominantly white audience, why it was concerning …
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Welcome, you! We wish we could chat with you over coffee about what brought you here … Maybe the journey of adoption has been on your mind since you were a child. Maybe you just started thinking about it and want to learn more. Maybe you’re already a foster parent and want to move toward adoption. Maybe …
Choosing a foster care or adoption agency is a major decision. These are the questions you need to ask as you look for the best fit.
In earlier generations, adoption and birth mothers were often looked at negatively. The language surrounding adoption reflected this as well. As adoption has evolved into a more open relationship that seeks to honor all, the language has shifted.
It is estimated that 45% of pregnancies are unplanned, leaving many women to wonder about the facts surrounding adoption vs. abortion.
Open adoption involves, “contact between biological and adoptive parents and sometimes between biological parents and the adopted child.”
Here are 15 ways you can support and celebrate foster and adoptive families during National Adoption Month.
If the pro-life community is promoting adoption as a life-giving option, how do we help make it happen? We can’t simply encourage an expectant mother to “choose life” and then leave her alone to figure it out. We must follow up and follow through.
Adoption options include domestic foster care, domestic infant, international, open, closed and embryo.
Although there are reasons for a closed adoption, an open adoption, or at least semi-open, is the healthiest for all involved.