Help children who are adopted feel like they belong
The Clausens found that by leaving the past behind, they were able to build happy memories as a family.
The Rosatis discovered there were plenty of kids in need of families right in their community.
The Irons’ children found healing in the knowledge that their family is never going to leave them.
The Kolman family learned that adoption is often a mixture of gratitude and sadness.
The Rhodes family’s adoption story is a testimony to the reality of redemption.
If you feel rejected as an adoptive parent, you are not alone. Understanding why some children reject Mom can help lead to healing.
What do you do when one spouse feels passionate about adoption but the other doesn’t?
A growing number of families are motivated by recognizing the large number of kids in need of families and the realization that followers of Christ are God’s plan for children who’ve been orphaned.
From frozen embryos to foster care, no matter what type of adoption you choose, it’s important to take time as a family to really evaluate if you are able to meet the child’s needs.