Bringing Gospel Hope to Vulnerable Children through Adoption

International Domestic

Why Adoption?

We believe adoption is one way God provides families for vulnerable children who need to know the love of Christ, and the love of family. We desire to walk alongside Christian missional families through the adoption journey and provide them with resources as they love, nurture, and disciple their children.

Lifeline families see the big picture of adoption — part of God’s redemptive purpose and His divine work to set the lonely into families.

The Need Is Great. Will You Answer the Call?

Every day, vulnerable children become neglected, abandoned, and orphaned. Orphan numbers continue to rise, but at the same time, the pandemic has slowed the number of families willing to enter into the adoption process.

Today is the day to share the love of Christ with the vulnerable. Hurting, confused, and neglected children need Jesus, and they need you.

Will you answer Christ’s call?

3.1k

International Placements to Date

3.9k

Families Served through International Adoption

1.2k

Domestic Placements

10,000

Become Orphans Daily

Why Lifeline?

Relational

Lifeline makes relationships with families, international partners, and local church bodies priority.

Gospel-Centered

Lifeline seeks to make the gospel central in all we do — as we walk with and equip families, as we minister to the vulnerable, and as we find innovative ways to serve families built by adoption.

Financially-Conscious

A Lifeline distinctive is that our families pay as they progress through the adoption process in four separate payments. Families can then track their progress over major milestones, instead of paying one large lump sum.

Interested in Adoption?

Find out more about how Lifeline walks with you before, during, and after adoption.

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The Gray Family
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The Dobelstein Family

How to Fund Your Adoption

One of the biggest hesitations families express as they approach adoption is the financial cost. Lifeline is here to support you as you take the next step in faith. Download our free How to Fund Your Adoption eBook for helpful financial tips as you begin the adoption process. For more help, visit our resources page.

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”We believe that adoption is a faith journey — one that you are called to by the Lord. We believe that whatever God calls you to, He will equip you for.”

— Herbie Newell,
President & Executive Director

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Growing In Scope and Depth

Over our 40 years of ministry, Lifeline has expanded from a pregnancy counseling and domestic adoption ministry to a ministry organization that seeks to disciple and bring gospel hope through international and domestic adoption, pregnancy counseling, global orphan care, and education and counseling. Each of these areas…

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Lifeline has spent the past few months laying the groundwork for our new program Heritage Builders. It was designed for people of the local church who desire to help care for teenagers who are aging out of foster care by partnering with…

Change One Life- Domestic Adoption

At Lifeline we believe all people are made in the image of God. When an expectant mother chooses domestic adoption for her child, Lifeline helps her choose a family who will care for the child spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and physically, and who will also honor the birth family. …

Change One Life- Foster Care

At Lifeline, we place immense value on the family unit because it is God’s design for children to grow and flourish as part of a family. Through Foster Care, we equip and empower families to minister to the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs…

God’s Plan is Enough

Cliff and Megan Sims have been married for 11 years. Their desire to grow their family ultimately led them to pursue international adoption. In September 2020, the Sims traveled to Colombia to bring home their three-year-old son, Shepherd (Shep).  Before bringing Shep home, Cliff…