The CAFO Blog

4 Take-Aways from an Ugly Story

The Times of London recently released an article I’d consider essential reading for any person desiring to engage deep needs in our world’s most broken places. “How the Global Aid Industry Lost Its Way” builds on reports of severe and widespread sexual abuse by foreign aid workers in Haiti. Those entrusted with protection and restoration […]


What Matters Most? A CAFO2018 Manifesto

The great blessing of our era is also its great curse: boundless choices.  We feel it almost always, that tug and yank every-which-way. Sometimes the possibilities sparkle: Great new app for my phone? New restaurant? New fitness plan? At others, they overwhelm. Which school is best for the kids? Would a different church be better? […]


Research Finds Significant Adoption & Foster Care Engagement in US Churches

Lifeway Research last week released findings of new research on American churches with the headline, “Adoption, Foster Care Commonplace in Churches.” The research found that about 4 in 10 Protestant churchgoers say their congregation has been involved with adoption or foster care in the past year. “Foster care appears to come naturally for churchgoers,” concludes […]


Eight Major Trends in the Christian Orphan Care Movement 2017

When it comes to issues affecting vulnerable children, 2017 was anything but static. Strong currents left a mark on adoption, foster care and global orphan care – both within the Christian community and beyond.   Some of these developments stir us to tears. Others rouse us to cheer. Curious? See “Eight Major Trends in the Christian […]


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