The CAFO Blog

Foster Care Fridays: Every Voice. Every Week.

  “Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things, but just look at what they can do when they stick together.” This quote seems appropriate as we emerge from this particular winter.  Atlanta and other warm-weather cities have seen just how powerful a large band of renegade snowflakes can be. Today, the CAFO National Foster […]


New TV Series “Bulloch Family Ranch”: The CAFO Interview

The new TV series “Bulloch Family Ranch” chronicles the lives of Julie and Rusty Bulloch, a fun-loving blue collar couple who work hard to make ends meet. They’re also high school sweethearts married for nearly 30 years and are fully committed to their kids – all 25 of them.  Today’s CAFO blog post features an […]


Summit VIII Recordings Now Available!

We’re excited to announce that Summit workshops and plenary sessions are now available.  Both audio downloads and CDs are available for all sessions, and video DVD is also available for plenary sessions.  See and access all of this incredible content HERE today! We’re thankful to Convention Media Solutions for making this all available at a […]


Array of Great Conferences Coming Up Around the U.S.

A number of quality conferences are scheduled for the months ahead in various regions of the country .  These include: The Pure Religion Adoption & Orphan Care Conference is August 12-13 in Raleigh, NC, emphasizing both the Gospel roots of a vision for adoption and orphan care, as well as practical guidance for both personal […]


Follow Summit Live Blogging and Twitter!!

Summit VII is upon us, and an unforgettable 2+ days lie ahead! If you can’t join us in Louisville, follow the action via the Alliance Blog.  Summit VII’s six featured bloggers will be posting live throughout Summit, including: Dan Cruver Noel Piper Kristen Welch Kristin Howerton Lindsey Nobles Heidi Weimer The Twitter feed for #Summit7 […]


What’s ordinary about helping orphans?

I asked on Twitter, “What do you want to see blogged about from Summit VII?” One person replied, “I’d like to hear stories of ordinary (not famous) people caring for orphans.” I’m not sure anyone who is caring for orphans can be called ordinary, but I know what he means. So here’s a story from Jared […]


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