Foster and adoptive families need help in order to thrive. This is how you can support foster and adoptive families.
Goodbyes can be one of the hardest parts of foster care. This foster mom writes honestly about how to cope when a child in foster care leaves.
We stand before Gen Z, who believe abortion is morally acceptable. However, as a pro-life student, I’m overwhelmed with hope.
When I was born, there was a harsh silence that swallowed the delivery room. No one was cheering and there were no cries of a newborn echoing.
How one couple helped a sibling group caught in the foster care system.
Providing kinship care as a grandparent can be challenging. But Richard Dixson has embraced the opportunity to parent again.
This foster mom’s responses to a series of writing prompts shed light on the beauty and brokenness of foster care.
A lingering question in nearly every adopted child’s mind is who their birth mom is. It’s a common curiosity – a study of American children and teens finds that 72 percent of adopted adolescents want to know why they were adopted, 65 percent want to meet their birth parents and 94 percent want to know …
When confronting pro-choice arguments, it is always vital to remain gentle, caring and truthful. The person you are communicating with holds divine value, just like the little people in the womb who we are fighting to protect.
The Reel Hope Project’s goal is to present children to potential families for who they are as a person. By creating unique, two-minute video reels, The Reel Hope Project gives children for adoption from foster care a chance to say, “This is the real me.”