The Adoption Journey An Honest Look at What You Really Need to KnowWelcome, 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 …
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Open adoption involves, “contact between biological and adoptive parents and sometimes between biological parents and the adopted child.”
Although there are reasons for a closed adoption, an open adoption, or at least semi-open, is the healthiest for all involved.
Adoption options include domestic foster care, domestic infant, international, open, closed and embryo.
The importance of foster care and adoption is clear. As Christians, we are instructed to love and care for others. So, how will you make a difference?
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.
Isn’t adoption expensive? How can I be sure that my baby will end up in a good home? If you’re like most young mothers, you probably have questions about the adoption process.
When it comes to post-adoption support, churches are an often-overlooked solution. In these unique times of racial injustices and a global pandemic, families search for new ways to respond to the world. A research company, the Barna Group, shows that practicing Christians are more than twice as likely to adopt. Many adoptive parents identify their faith as …
The more information a couple has when pursuing adoption, the more prepared they will be for any problems that may surface.
It’s a common misconception that those who choose adoption don’t “want” their babies. For most birth mothers, this is far from true.