Emerging Foster Care Models in Majority World

In any context, we need multiple care solutions so that each child can be placed in accordance with his or her needs and best interest. Foster care is an important part of the continuum of care, but often lacking in certain areas of the world. Nonetheless, pioneering organizations have worked together with others in their […]

Data as a Tool for Transforming Foster Care Where You Live

Some people think of data merely as numbers. However, data is used everyday to tell stories that mobilize others to step into the lives of hurting people. The data from the communities where you live has the potential to motivate and mobilize church, organizational, and business leaders in your community to transform the foster care […]

Discipleship and Foster Care

Even though foster care is not mentioned directly in the Bible, it is one of the greatest opportunities for churches to direct a discipleship making movement. Come learn with how a biblical effort in your church intentionally targeted at child welfare can produce those who depend more on Jesus. Intentional experiential pathways of deepening opportunities […]

The Actively Engaged Church in Foster Care

You’re leading a foster care ministry in your church and there’s no shortage of opportunities and needs. “What” you are doing is so, so important. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself the question, “How are we doing?” It’s not about activity, it’s about effectiveness. Are we engaging in the right places — in […]

Church and State Partnerships in Foster Care

Let’s be honest – whether you are a social worker or a member of the faith community, you have a least some reservations about working with “the other side.” Learn from those who have seen great results from these vital partnerships and have lived to tell about it. Hear seasoned veterans talk about initial reservations, […]