Five New Books for the Orphan Care Movement: Ready or Not

Ready or NotWe’ve yet got two months to go in 2015. But it has already been a banner year for new books that that help to both grow and guide Christian adoption, foster care and global orphan care The weighty substance of these books serves as both strong stimulus for and strong indication of a movement that is truly maturing in wisdom and depth.

Alongside Becoming Home, which kicked off 2014, five new titles are now inspiring, challenging and maturing thoughtful readers across the U.S. and far beyond. We’ll highlight one a day over the coming week:

Ready or Not: 30-Day Discovery for Families Growing Through Foster Care and Adoption by Pam Parish helps families considering foster care or adoption to prepare for the journey, especially in terms of one’s own expectations and motives.

CAFO’s David Hennessey wrote in endorsement, “This is one of the best resources I’ve found to count the costs of adopting and fostering, while at the same time creating a supportive team to hold each other up throughout their journeys. Each week, the probing questions lead to deep discussions and honest reflection, calling each of us to consider what unconditional love truly looks like in action. Thank you so much for providing this valuable resource to families considering fostering and adoption!”