Six years passed between Kristen receiving a cancer diagnosis and becoming an adoptive mom. She knows that God planned every moment in between.
You can make Christmas special for kids in foster care by creating and donating any one of these easy holiday crafts.
Children in foster care often move with their belongings in a trash bag. This Thanksgiving season, Wait No More provided brand new suitcases with a Bible and teddy bear to these children to restore dignity and grace.
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.
Maybe people, and possibly even adoptive families themselves, might wonder if their efforts are a waste. We must make sure they know that Jesus, who cares for vulnerable children, sees what they are doing as admirable.
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.
Jenn and Josh Hook, joined by Mike Berry, offer advice to help foster and adoptive families find training and support. And, they describe how anyone can help care for hurting kids.
Christians have a clear calling to care for children. Stand Sunday is dedicated to taking action to impact children in foster care.
It is a calling to become an adoptive family. The church can be on the frontline as it supports each person to fulfill God’s calling.
Here are 15 ways you can support and celebrate foster and adoptive families during National Adoption Month.