Foster Youth

Foster children face classroom challenges

Posted by Heather Sewell on August 19, 2013  /   Posted in Advocacy

By: Chris Crutchfield The first day of school is always met with mixed emotions at my house.  While we all enjoy the unstructured days of summer, we also look forward to the productive schedule that a school day brings.   Each year we sit down and discuss goals for the upcoming school year.  This year both

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Life Coach Director Q&A: Becoming a Life Coach

Posted by Heather Sewell on July 17, 2013  /   Posted in Life Coaching

By: Heather Sewell Orphan Care Alliance relies heavily on volunteers to minister to the fatherless. One ministry in need of dedicated volunteers will always be Life Coaching. Cliff Carlson, the director of Life Coaching, gives insight to help you understand more about the ministry and the direction it intends to go. Explain the process someone

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Foster Youth: Breaking the Statistics

Posted by Heather Sewell on July 10, 2013  /   Posted in Life Coaching

 By: Heather Sewell Maybe you serve the community as a teacher. Maybe your heart has led you to work in a women’s shelter or as a servant in your church serving meals on Wednesday nights. No matter where your calling in life has taken you, if you think hard enough you can picture a close

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Foster Youth: Breaking the Statistics

Posted by Heather Sewell on July 10, 2013  /   Posted in Life Coaching

 By: Heather Sewell Maybe you serve the community as a teacher. Maybe your heart has led you to work in a women’s shelter or as a servant in your church serving meals on Wednesday nights. No matter where your calling in life has taken you, if you think hard enough you can picture a close

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US teens in foster care: By the Numbers

Posted by Heather Sewell on July 08, 2013  /   Posted in Foster Care

By: Chris Crutchfield    Kids in foster care move from home to home for any or no reason at all. Many feel unwanted and unloved as they have no permanency in their lives. When children transition into the teen years an illusion of adulthood sets in. You may be there now, or maybe those years

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Foster Youth and the Church

Posted by Heather Sewell on July 03, 2013  /   Posted in Foster Care

By: Lindsy Wallace I’m honored to be writing the opening post for this month of exploring and understanding the reality of “aging out” of the foster care system. The cycle of brokenness perpetuated by aging out has become a part of our family’s story and therefore, sharing it with others is heavy on my heart. So,

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Foster Youth and the Church

Posted by Heather Sewell on July 03, 2013  /   Posted in Foster Care

By: Lindsy Wallace I’m honored to be writing the opening post for this month of exploring and understanding the reality of “aging out” of the foster care system. The cycle of brokenness perpetuated by aging out has become a part of our family’s story and therefore, sharing it with others is heavy on my heart. So,

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