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Offering God’s Love to Children Without Families
Darren and Stacey Gagnon share the origins of their remarkable family.
Shouting the Worth of Every Person
As a mom of three adopted children – two with Down Syndrome and one of a different race, Heather Avis knows firsthand what it’s like to feel uncomfortable. Her stories from her motherhood journey will inspire the church to think of others before we consider our own comfort and security.
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She Found Out Her Daughter Had No Ears
When Scarlet Hiltibital chose international adoption, she had no idea what struggles her little girl would have, just…
2000+ Suitcases for Children in Foster Care
Thanks to generous donations, Wait No More® was able to provide over 2,000 suitcase bundles to children in…
What Can You Do to Serve?
Sometimes, foster care and adoption can feel like you are standing on a pier, looking out into a…
Kinship Care: 5 Things to Know About Parenting Grandchildren
For nearly a decade, Richard Dixson has been a kinship care provider to his grandchildren. This is what…
Providing Kinship Care as a Grandparent
Providing kinship care as a grandparent can be challenging. But Richard Dixson has embraced the opportunity to parent…
How You Can Help Support Foster and Adoptive Families
Jenn and Josh Hook, joined by Mike Berry, offer advice to help foster and adoptive families find training…
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