The Lost Truth of Imago Dei |Racial Reconciliation & The Gospel

July 22, 2016 rachelmiley
Beloved brother and sister in Christ, we have made racial reconciliation a social issue and not a gospel issue. The truth is our bloodlines are not skin deep but run down deep into our souls. So believer there is no excuse not to weep with those who weep and to mourn with those who mourn...
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Stepping into a Multi-Cultural World | Racial Reconciliation & The Gospel

July 22, 2016 rachelmiley
Our families, our lives, and our perspectives change when we step into the multi-cultural world of foster care, orphan care and adoption. We no longer see people as projects, but we see them as image bearers of Christ who eagerly desire and need authentic relationship.
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It Takes a Village | Summer Kids Camp 2016

July 11, 2016 brianaremkus
As I head home after a mere 36 hours at Kids Camp, I can’t help but stand in awe of the body of Christ at work… the body of Christ radiantly displayed in the life of 8 precious little girls from China. Part of my to-do list at camp today included enlisting the help of
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A Spark to Serve

July 6, 2016 rachelmiley
There is just something pretty special about new shoes, at least for this shoe-loving girl. Their pristine condition, without a scuff or mark, and the excitement of picking the perfect outfit to go with your new shoes make wearing them for the first time a noteworthy experience. A $25 pair of leopard print flats that
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10 Ways to Engage in Foster Care Apart from Parenting

July 6, 2016 rachelmiley
We know that caring for children who are vulnerable is the Church’s call and responsibility. Below, we’ve listed ten ways that are essential and beneficial to foster families and children; they can’t and shouldn’t do it alone!
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Preparing the Next Generation for God-Honoring Orphan Care

July 6, 2016 rachelmiley
Remember, it is our generation’s prerogative (our right and privilege) to train the next generation to “love that which God loves” and “hate that which God hates.” This works itself out in many areas of life, one in which is orphan care.
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Six Tips to Get Your Stand for Orphans Rolling

July 6, 2016 rachelmiley
We also thought the stand was a great way to teach children about orphans and how they can make an impact in the lives of orphans/vulnerable children firsthand.
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Redeemed Hope |Summer Kids Camp 2016: Day 6

July 5, 2016 rachelmiley
I have started a draft for this blog three different times. Needless to say, I have many thoughts after my two days at Kids Camp. I could tell you about the medical visits or the trip to the Children’s Museum. Or I could share about the joy that came from water day and the Easter celebration. But none of that seems sufficient to share about my two days at Kids Camp.
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Joyful Despite Difficulty | Summer Kids Camp 2016: Day 5

July 1, 2016 rachelmiley
These girls are beautiful children of God who were made in His image. Their experiences in their short lives have been incomprehensible to those of us who grew up in the States, and these experiences have left scars.
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