Urgent: Find Ricky a Family

June 30, 2016 rachelmiley
Ricky is 15.5 years old and will be aging out soon. He needs family – and fast!
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Who Will You Honor? Father's Day 2016

June 3, 2016 rachelmiley
At Lifeline, we recognize that fatherhood can be an important reflection of God’s heart. This is so much behind Lifeline’s heart for the Gospel and family. We want to spread the word about God’s Heart for Father’s Day (read here) & honor men who exemplify the Gospel with their lives. So we’re doing a give away
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Watershed Moment for Haiti Adoptions

June 2, 2016 rachelmiley
-PRESS RELEASE- BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Lifeline Children’s Services led Dan and Julie Cruz of Pennsylvania through the first ever adoption in Haiti under the newly implemented Hague Convention procedures for the country. This milestone is monumental for Haiti and families who are seeking to adopt from this country, as it represents the culmination of years
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Post Placement Reports

January 22, 2016 brianaremkus
Once you return from Bulgaria with your child, your social worker will contact you about setting up post-placement meetings. Four post placement reports are required after the child is placed in your home. Reports are due at the following times: 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, and the final report due at 24 months.  These
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The Process

January 22, 2016
After you have spoken with a Bulgaria program point and have reviewed the Policies and Requirements and feel like you meet these qualifications you will complete and return to Lifeline the Doctrinal Statement, Christian Questionnaire, and application. You can access the application online. Fill out the application, doctrinal statement, and Christian Questionnaire and return these
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2015 Year in Review

January 22, 2016 Michael Panik
2015 was a great year for Lifeline! We want to share with you all the amazing things God did. Adoption: We live in a broken world, with some of the most vulnerable in the world—children—reeling from the effects of brokenness. The reality of their needs coupled with the command to care for the fatherless led
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Kids Camp: Day Eleven

January 21, 2016
Sometimes you have one of those days—an experience that thoroughly blesses your heart. Today was one of those for me as I helped with Kid’s Camp!   The children had a blast at The McWane Science Center. It was the perfect place to spend a morning exploring.  The mission of the center is to “change lives
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Kids Camp: Day Ten

January 21, 2016
Here at Lifeline, I work on the domestic side of things. I focus on families here in Alabama who desire to minister to birth parents and adopt domestically. Because of this, I was very excited to serve at Kids Camp. I was excited to see firsthand another side of Lifeline’s ministry and put faces to
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Kids Camp: Day Seven

January 21, 2016
This past weekend was our first time to volunteer at Lifeline’s Kids Camp. While the ten hosted children from Nanjing, China, may have been the reason we came, we walked away keenly aware of several life lessons. That seems to be a constant theme of volunteer service: go to serve, help, and walk away with
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