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Making memories through open adoption 

When Tate was born in 2006, Brandon knew he wanted to be part of his son’s life. When Jennie and Sean met Brandon, they didn’t know he would become such an important part of their lives.  

Creating a place for children with special needs to belong

An adoptive mother encourages parents of children with special needs to find a safe, welcoming church space. 

Meet us where we are: Birth mother appeals to churches

Michelle, a birth mother and pregnancy counselor, shares 3 ways the Church can welcome birth parents with kindness, not judgement.

Brittney’s birth mother support group provides space to grieve

Brittney, a birth mother, describes how she’s grown by having a safe, welcoming space to grieve, unpack emotions, and find shared experiences.

Building a relationship with your kids’ biological families

Learn how Alecia and Ryan practice intentional openness, by ensuring their four adopted children stay connected to their family members.

Foster care adoption adds two plus three, making one

Two families with no other connection adopted three siblings and became one big family for each other.

Rising to the challenge in Ethiopia

Through our partnership with the Ethiopian government and a local hospital, we work to reduce the risk of the virus’s spread, while continuing to place children into safe, loving families.

Parenting During a Crisis

Are you struggling with stress and anxiety regarding the Coronavirus pandemic as a parent? Are you uncertain how to answer your child or teen's questions about COVID-19 and their feelings about the current situation? Answers to these questions and general information on how to deal with other crises will be discussed during this training.

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We have a window of now

After losing their son and providing refugee foster care, Keith and Sally knew they could give more older kids a loving home through foster care adoption.

Who’s got your back

Parenting through foster care or adoption can be challenging. Maybe you need help, but you're afraid to ask your friends and family again. Explore new avenues for support by identifying the kind of help you need.

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