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Ten Ways Every Christian Can Care for Orphans

130 million orphans and waiting children. Yes, it's a BIG number. And it can be difficult to know how one person can make a dent in a reality so daunting. However, one...

Filling Your Bucket

Grab a cup of coffee and your bible and take some time to be encouraged by Greg Haswell, senior pastor atNorthlands Church in Atlanta. What he shares is key for us adoptive...

Becoming Home

Adoption, Foster Care, and Mentoring -- Living Out God's Heart for Orphan
GOD'S CALL TO CARE FOR THE ORPHAN IS FOR ALL OF US. Becoming Home is for anyone who has wrestled with how to address the orphan crisis. Caring for orphans makes grace...

Child Status Index Made Easy

Introduction booklet
The Child Status Index (CSI) is very easy to use. You don’t have to be a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) expert to use it. If you do home visits and talk to children...

Home - a Cambodian story

For every child in need of a family Introduction It is a testament to the good in humanity that we are moved to action by the idea of children in need. A great...

What Can You Do to Protect Children in Short-Term Missions?

Start by downloading the Child Protection in Short-Term Missions Manual and Toolkitand use it as a guide to ensure your organisation or church’s STM program is ethical and...

Think Orphan podcasts

The Think Orphan podcast is hosted by Kelly Stewart, Social Worker and adoptive mom, and Philip Darke, President of Providence World and co-author ofIn Pursuit of Orphan...

Exploring the Continuum of Care

Interactive graphic depicts an overview of the different types of care
Today the Faith to Action Initiative launched a new resource on thecontinuum of carefor children. This web-based tool will help you explore a range of care options for children...

Transitioning to Family Care for Children Tool Kit

The Tool Kit allows users to access over 200 resources organized by specific topics within the transitioning care process, including practical tools, evidence-based research,...
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