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No time to be distant

No time to be distant

When single moms faced a pandemic crisis that might send their children to state care, Christian families stepped up to help—but two states have blocked the nonprofits that enable such work
Judge fines the state of Texas for not improving its foster care program
One woman’s weekly letters to her family testify to God’s work in matters great and small

Scottish evangelicals of the 19th century can teach us about revival, reformation, and reunion
Adoption advocates worry new rules on international adoption will leave more children languishing in orphanages
During November, National Adoption Month, we also recognize the hard lives of children in foster care—but now, some who have come out of that experience get their say on Capitol Hill
Building a culture of foster care in the church
International adoptees from China, now adults, often grow curious about their hometowns and birth parents—and some make the trip back