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Trisha Priebe


Dad, You Are Needed in Orphan Care. Here’s Why.

Kids need a dad today more than ever. The role of a compassionate dad cannot be overestimated—especially for children who have experienced trauma. Orphan care, foster care, and adoption efforts suffer without men. So here are 6 thoughts from men …

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A New Program for Moms in Haiti!

Generations of moms in Haiti know the personal devastation of lifelong poverty. So here’s what God is doing—through people like you—to reach young moms and give them extraordinary, abundant hope.    Moms need love and support. … especially young, vulnerable, …

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10 Great Books to Read to Your Kids This Summer

I love reading books with my kids. And I especially appreciate books with themes like diversity, adoption, compassion, and inclusion—topics I want us to discuss on a regular basis in our home. Here are 10 beautiful books for you to …

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New Kids Book on Diversity and Inclusion!

“A long time ago, God made all sorts of things …” And thus begins the book, Image Bearer, recently written by Ellie Sanazaro and illustrated by Madison Kay. If you are a parent of young children and you have any desire …

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What’s Happening on the Farm in Zambia?

We love sustainable business and what it represents. Among its many benefits, sustainable business generates revenue to fuel orphan care projects, provides employment for caregivers, and creates future jobs for orphans as they age out of the system. Here’s an …

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This Is Why Haiti Deaf Academy Matters

Recently we shared an exciting update about what God is doing through people like you and partners like Haiti Deaf Academy and Tim Tebow Foundation to reach hearing impaired children in Haiti. Today we’d like to introduce you to two …

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Cambodia Needs Your Help

Would you take a minute to pray for our kids and staff in Cambodia as they continue to face ongoing challenges from the worldwide pandemic? Here’s a new update from our team—   God is still at work … Even when times …

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3 Things to Remember When Mother’s Day Is Hard

For many women, Mother’s Day is the longest Sunday of the year. I know, because I’ve been there. I sat through 8 childless Mother’s Day church services after my first miscarriage, 3 of which my husband and I were waiting to …

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Should We Help Other Countries Before Our Own?

No question about it, here in the United States, people need our help. Adults are scared. Kids are hungry. Families are hurting.  So it’s easy—even justifiable—to think we should limit our concern and our resources to the needs right here …

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How Good Friday Is for Broken and Hurting Parents

The reality of life in a broken world is that we see pain everywhere we look. And perhaps nowhere is pain more poignant than in the lives of hurting children. We see suffering in broken homes, overpacked orphanages, and CPS offices. …

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