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3 tips for pastors engaging their people in foster care

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson reached out to faith leaders in the state to join him for the Restore Hope Summit. This event was intended to address prison re-entry and the foster care crisis happening in Arkansas and I must say that it was a very well organized and successful event. 742 more words


May Your Child Always Know You

I am at the age where my cohort are having children and it’s not a massive surprise.

They post photos of their newborn on Facebook, sometimes minutes old. 833 more words


Because we love you

A dear friend of ours that is also an adoptive parent shared this on our Facebook this week. These words resonate so much as we think, pray and already love our future child (children, let’s be honest!). 66 more words


Rainbows & Unicorns - Guest Post

I was asked to write a piece for the new blog – Rainbows & Unicorns.  A blog dedicated to parenting after pregnancy loss and infertility. 279 more words


Giving Life a Voice

~A guest post by Andrea Bailey, a dear friend in whom Christ shines~

I used to think it was okay to be quiet. In a time where words are excessive and peoples’ lives are laid bare in blogs and social media without caution, only to be consumed—chewed up and spit out– by anyone who has five minutes to read them…and then forgotten.

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Pet Adoption Made Easy

Join the Rob G and the Boom Street Team for the CAP Back to School Adoption Event this Saturday, Aug. 29. It will be at the CAP Animal Shelter located on 17555 Katy Fwy. 58 more words


Adoptive family in Clemmons has 5 kids from 4 countries

CLEMMONS, N.C. — For the Reickard family of Clemmons, every day feels like a new kind of busy.

Chad and Kristen Reickard have five children from four different countries, ranging in ages 4 to 14. 92 more words