orphans

Starting the year fresh, pure, and undefiled

Posted by Heather Sewell on January 06, 2014  /   Posted in Advocacy

This year, Orphan Care Alliance will be inviting guest bloggers to the orphan care world to discuss relevant news and interesting stories. If you haven’t already subscribed, take time to do so. We guarantee you will not want to miss out on the upcoming foster care and adoption stories in the coming weeks. If you

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Teaching your kids to care for the fatherless

Posted by Heather Sewell on August 30, 2013  /   Posted in Advocacy

By: Lindsy Wallace I am a huge fan of bringing our children alongside us as we serve orphans and vulnerable children. This will look different depending on the ages of your children, but here are some practical ideas and prayerful encouragement for teaching children about orphans in our very own community. What I really want

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Teaching your kids to care for the fatherless

Posted by Heather Sewell on August 30, 2013  /   Posted in Advocacy

By: Lindsy Wallace   I am a huge fan of bringing our children alongside us as we serve orphans and vulnerable children. This will look different depending on the ages of your children, but here are some practical ideas and prayerful encouragement for teaching children about orphans in our very own community. What I really

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Chinese Adoption: Powers Family

Posted by Heather Sewell on June 27, 2013  /   Posted in Adoption

By: Lori Powers   Our decision to adopt came after approximately 10 years of God planting seeds …a conversation here, a concert there, a picture here, a sermon there. In time, God began to speak louder and clearer and we knew that God was inviting us to join him on this journey called adoption. The

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10 Things You Should Do Before Adopting Internationally

Posted by Heather Sewell on June 04, 2013  /   Posted in Adoption

By: Linsdy Wallace Today’s guest post comes from Lindsy Wallace. Lindsy and her husband, William, have been in the process of adopting internationally for four years. Yep, f-o-u-r years. They lead the orphan care ministry at Antioch Church in South Louisville, are foster parents, and are a Host Family for Safe Families for Children. The

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