Session 2: Finding Your Piece of the Foster Care Puzzle

When people think about getting involved in foster care, the first things that often come to mind are foster parenting and adoption. To be sure, these are two important pieces of the foster care puzzle. But, what are some of the other pieces and how can God use your unique gifts and experiences in some of these vital areas? This session is designed to help you understand multiple pieces of the foster care puzzle and evaluate exactly where you might fit.



Stay tuned for our brand new Foster Movement Podcast coming later this spring!



These questions are designed to help you and your team process the material from Session 2 and discuss what your next steps should be.



Your gifts, personality and experiences have uniquely qualified you to play any number of important roles in the foster care system.  Check out these 7 different types of people and see which ones best describe who God has created you to be!



Ever wonder how to get more people in your church involved in helping kids and families in foster care in significant ways?  This simple Foster Care Funnel will help you help more people move toward greater impact.

Shareable Bits & Pieces

You can easily share bite-sized pieces of inspiration from various Foster Movement U sessions with your friends and followers. Simply click on one of the short clips below and look for the social media links:

“This is Just Some of My Story”

Shawn Welcome
Performance Poet


“The Church as a Body
Not a Building”

Jedd Medefind
Christian Alliance for Orphans


“Pharaoh’s Daughter”

Pr. Robert Gelinus
Colorado Community Church

“The Social Worker, the Book,
and the Trash Can”

Pr. Robert Gelinus
Colorado Community Church

These partners and CAFO member organizations collaborated in the development of the video content for this session:
Alabama Baptist Children's Homes
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
Empowered to Connect
Focus on the Family
Higher MPact
Home Forever
Long Island Youth Mentoring
Mariners Church
The Mentoring Project
Palmer Homes for Children
The Permanence Project
Project Zero
Foster Movement U would not be possible without the partnership and support of: