Books and Articles for Waiting Military Families and Birth Parents
Many Christian families, seeing the need to step forward in faith and raise a child not of their bodies, are choosing to learn more about the miracle of families created through adoption. More and more Christians across the country are learning more about the call to care for orphans. There are all types of adoption today. Learn more about being Called to Adoption.
This book answers all your adoption questions. It contains the road map, the advice, the resources, and the working knowledge you need to find the baby of your dreams!
Adoptive Families is the leading information resource for families before, during, and after adoption. The award-winning national bimonthly magazine provides independent, authoritative adoption information in an accessible and reader-friendly format.
What can we offer our adopted children about their heritage? Why is it important to have this to share with them? Where do we start to get this information for them? Is it OK to let them know they have similarities with our families, is this true or wishful thinking? What does the future hold for them – and their ancestors?
The process of adopting can be tedious and long. It is often difficult to keep yourself and your spouse motivated during this long ordeal. Here are some helpful tips for staying motivated during your adoption experience.
I understood that my boyfriend didn’t want to be a father and I didn’t really want to be a mother yet. But, we were in this situation together!
When a parent goes to prison, it can affect a child forever. In many situations, children are left home in a stressful environment or sent to foster homes. What can a family do if a parent is sent to prison? It is a difficult thing to have your family split apart in any situation, but the challenges of prison and family life are very unique. What do you do if you are the only parent and you are about to be sentenced?