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Now Bianca Can Dream

Bianca, in blue, with friends As a young child, Bianca witnessed domestic violence and alcohol abuse. The small community where she lived in Haiti had no basic infrastructure: no clean water, no electricity, no university. And the small schools were not well-equipped. Finally, to escape repeated abuse, Bianca's…

The Gift of a Simple Yes

They both had a heart for adoption. Even before Morgan and Jeffrey met, they had a desire to open their hearts and home to a child in need of family, a fact they discovered while employed as co-workers at the same adoption agency. So three years after getting…

Giving Tuesday Is Here!

You are invited. November 29 is Giving Tuesday, a global generosity movement where people around the world come together for one common purpose: to celebrate and encourage generosity. With so many opportunities this holiday season to receive—Giving Tuesday is a welcomed chance to give to someone in need,…

We’re Thankful for YOU!

Happy Thanksgiving! Here at Lifesong, we’re thankful for the difference you’re making, for the lives you’re changing, and for the way you keep showing up for vulnerable kids and families around the world. Without a doubt, the fight for justice and mercy is filled with struggle. The Enemy…

Helping Adoptive Families Heal With Post-Adoption Support

Adoptive families—with unique transitions, traumas, and needs—can be especially vulnerable. But by God’s grace,post-adoption support and healing is available. Meet Wes and Kasey. Just as they were ready to adopt their first child, their doctor diagnosed them with "unexplained infertility." Estimates indicate that anywhere from 15–30% of couples…

When Adoption Is Hard

Adoption is good, But it can also be very hard. I know this first-hand from my own experience as an adoptee and adoptive parent. And I know this because of countless, tender examples shared with me by people on the adoption journey. One of the great privileges of…

How the Gospel Changed Jorani

Years ago, *Jorani's parents divorced. So her dad took her to live in another province in Cambodia. But eventually, he sent her back to live with her mom, and it was in this small village with her mother that she first heard the Gospel, shared to her by…