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Reuter’s Reports on Adoption “Re-Homing”

Reuter’s recently released a series of “investigative reports” on the deeply painful dilemma of adoption disruption.  The series explored the “re-homing” that sometimes takes place when an adoption fails, as desperate families seek a new placement for the child they adopted. These situations can be as difficult and complex as virtually any human dilemma.  But […]


Family Life Broadcasts From Summit on Foster Care and More!

FamilyLife Today is broadcasting four great interviews on foster care, adoption and orphan care in the coming days! Those who attended Summit will recall the two unforgettable interviews live at Summit:  with Representative Michele Bachmann (today!) and with Bishop WC Martin of Possum Trot, TX (tomorrow).   See details and timing for all four upcoming interviews […]


Passion for Orphans Continues to Grow in the Ukrainian Church

It’s been breathtaking to see the way God is stirring hearts in the church in Ukraine for local adoption and orphan care. As previously described, last month more than 500 Ukrainian, Russian and other believers from the region gathered in Kiev, to explore how to continue growing a vision for care for orphans within the […]


Re-Post: The Budding Korean Orphan Care Movement

This post was only up for a day on Friday when a second post that was supposed to appear Saturday appeared…so we thought we’d re-post it for another day… My greatest prayer for the Christian orphan care movement is that, ultimately, the local church in every nation will be known as the primary answer to […]


The Budding Korean Orphan Care Movement

My greatest prayer for the Christian orphan care movement is that, ultimately, the local church in every nation will be known as the primary answer to the orphans in that land.  Growing this global vision is increasingly at the heart of the united mission of the members of the Christian Alliance for Orphans.  Summit VIII […]


Remembering Benjamin

I still remember well how, when I first met Paul Pennington several years ago, his eyes lit up when he told me about his grandson, Benjamin.  Paul’s daughter Elizabeth and her husband Matt adopted Benjamin from South Korea knowing he had severe heart problems.  They understood his days with them would likely be short, and […]