Within the month of January, there is a Sunday known as Sanctity of Human Life. Ronald Reagan first designated National Sanctity of Human Life Day in 1984, on the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in the Roe v. Wade case, which enabled abortion on-demand to be legal across the entire United States of America.
When God’s people respond to His command to care for vulnerable children, our churches will become faith families to parents, children, and siblings who are navigating the journeys of fostering and adoption. Children who have experienced neglect, abuse, and trauma often require a unique mindset when dealing with behavioral challenges and even in everyday interactions.
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