Orphans are among the most vulnerable. God calls us to care for these children who are close to His heart.
The cost of adoption is the number one reason families who want to adopt don’t. You can help Christian families overcome financial barriers with simple fundraising solutions.
Provide holistic, Christ-centered daily care, education, and discipleship to vulnerable children in developing countries, continuing to love and support them as they transition into adult living.
Help create financial solutions for adoptive families by starting a no-cost, personalized adoption fund at your church. You can also engage in global orphan care projects through mission teams and sponsorship.
Welcomed as sons and daughters through adoption
Children discipled and supported through global orphan care ministries
churches partnered to help families and orphans globally
Thousands of vulnerable young women, many with children, are trapped in a cycle of hopelessness, without anyone to love, protect, or care for them. Your gift ensures that these women and children will continue being nurtured in a safe, loving environment.
Guest post by Loving Shepherd Ministries Adoption can be an overwhelming process, and it’s ever-changing. Recent slow-downs in many countries and a vast number of agencies to choose from (both international and domestic) can lead you to ask questions like: …Read More
We are thankful to share this update from our ministry partners at Village of Hope Guatemala. We want to take this space and thank our amazing beautiful teams and church partners. This season has been one that has been …Read More
The start of school can be a time of anxiety for all young learners, but it can be especially tough for our adopted kids. Curious students will often ask awkward questions. Simple school projects can inadvertently bring up hard things …Read More
Last month marked the end of another school year at our three schools in Ethiopia. Once again our staff saw many students receive the highest marks on the national exams. Not only that, but 46 of our girls achieved the …Read More