My husband, Jacob, and I recently had the privilege to travel with Lifeline’s international orphan care ministry, (un)adopted, to the community of Busega, Uganda, in Africa. While there we had the opportunity to stay with local people, help build lasting relationships, and point the locals to Christ while working alongside the local church, King Jesus Church, and Pastor Raphael. One of the beautiful outreach opportunities we had was to help deliver water filters to people in need.
Many times financial barriers can be an obstacle to families embarking on an adoption journey. We understand that funding an international adoption is daunting, so Lifeline strives to provide support and relief, whenever possible, for families.
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2,144 orphaned and vulnerable children were impacted through (un)adopted® in 2016.
144 birthmothers were served and 21 statewide families completed their adoptions in 2016.
1,062 families received counseling, education, and support through Lifeline’s post adoption team in 2015.
288 children found their forever families through international adoption in 2016.