Equipping churches and families to care for vulnerable children.

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Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.

James 1:27

The Promise Blog

  • A Pure Change of Heart

    The Stearns’ Journey to Adoption – Part 1  Kirsten & Andy Stearns have been married 8 years, their son Lincoln turned 2 in January 2016, and they are in the process of adopting a special needs child, either gender, from China. They have graciously agreed......

  • Lessons in Giving and
    Receiving

    Editorial Note: In many nations, children bereft of parent(s) are not adopted but cared for in relationships akin to fostering. This practice is particularly prevalent in nations with large Muslim populations. Thus, displaced children legally remain a child of their birth parents. The stated purpose......

  • A Long Wait
    and a Big Promise

    Our daughter is now eight years old and this holiday season was quick to remind me, “Papa, this is my first Christmas!” But this special little girl came into our lives a long time ago – at three months old when my wife, Amy, and I went on......

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