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I Will Not Leave You As Orphaned Children

There are an estimated 153 million orphans worldwide – and these numbers don’t even include abandoned and trafficked children. Obviously, the needs of orphans around the world are great. That means, of course, that there are countless opportunities to help. Whether you’re looking to raise awareness about the plight of orphans, mobilize others to get involved, or even adopt, we have information that can help.

Nightlight Adoptions

“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world” (James 1:27, NIV).

Adoption and Foster Care Services

Christian Family Care provides a broad spectrum of services that promote the physical and emotional well being of Arizona children and families. These services include: Foster Care; Adoption; Child and Family Counseling including Family Attachment Counseling and Pregnancy Counseling.

Antioch Adoptions | Our History

Our Founder - Our Historyit Started With A Twelve Year Dream Of Dr. Ken Hutcherson, Founding Pastor Of Antioch Bible Church In Kirkland, Washington. He Desi...

Show Hope: A movement to care for orphans

We exist to provide orphans with loving families and life-giving care by mobilizing a movement of individuals and communities to love children in need.

Resources on Adoption

Our actions on earth have eternal consequences. We should choose wisely. The world is tuning in to see how Christians will respond to vulnerable people, especially children.

5 Things You Need to Know About Adoption

Christians are among the most likely groups to address this cause. It’s called the adoption movement, but then again, it’s nothing new. Christians have long understood loving the orphan to be part of the mandate of following Jesus.

Kisses from Katie

The New York Times bestselling account of a courageous eighteen-year-old from Nashville who gave up every comfort and convenience to become the adoptive mother to thirteen girls in Uganda.

The Archibald Project

Interested in learning more about the orphan crisis, and what you can do to help? Follow along with The Archibald Project as they bring you inspiring stories in an effort to find a home for every orphan.

Podcasts - Christian Alliance for Orphans

CAFO unites a movement of organizations, churches and individuals worldwide

Adopt a Love Story

Helping Families Overcome Financial Obstacles to Adoption

Bethany Christian Services

Bethany Christian Services is the leading agency for social services with children and families

Holt International

At Holt International, we help orphaned, abandoned and vulnerable children to thrive by finding families to love them. Families in the form of trained caretakers who assume the awesome task of nurturing children awaiting adoption.

National Council For Adoption

Passionately committed to the belief that every child deserves to thrive in a nurturing, permanent family, NCFA’s mission is to meet the diverse needs of children, birth parents, adopted individuals, adoptive families, and all those touched by adoption through global advocacy, education, research, legislative action, and collaboration.

Compassion International

From statistics to stories, there is growing evidence that sponsorship programs give children a strong opportunity to overcome poverty.

Save the Children

Sponsor a child with Save the Children and provide nutrition, education, healthcare, and hope to a child in need in the US or around the world.

Preparing for Adoption

In some ways, adoption is like pregnancy. Both are filled with expectations and the hope of an expanded family, but it is also a time of uncertainty. It is critical for families to evaluate their expectations and be realistic about their limitations. Certainly God is in control of our circumstances, but it’s important to pay attention to His voice throughout this process. The better prepared your family is, the more you’ll feel ready to navigate the waters of adoption.

Adoption Basics: Options

When considering if adoption is right for your family, it is important to know the distinctions between the different types.

Are You Ready to Adopt?

If you have come to the place in which you think and/or know that you are ready to adopt, there are a number of things you need to first consider.

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