The Lowe Family

Adoption can be a challenging process, but for an expat family it can get rather complicated as you add in more countries and steps along the way. Working with Lifeline we never felt like we were trying to figure things out on…

The Godin Family

As expats, we had no idea where to begin. Zero. After conducting some research and talking with a few friends, Lifeline’s name kept coming to the forefront.

The Doblin Family

Because of our desire to adopt from China and the fact that we currently reside in China, we needed an agency that could understand our communication nuances, provide us with the ability for our home study to be completed on our side…

The Dobelstein Family

We live and work in North Africa, so we were unsure of how to begin the process. Because we are connected with Lifeline through our home church, we simply contacted Lifeline with our thoughts. They were incredibly encouraging and helpful from the…

The Apecena Family

Even now, the genuine care and support of the Lifeline staff has been a lifeline to us.

The Rainer Family

I will not forget the day our children were told about us. Their social worker explained that our son looked at his sister and said, “I told you one day we would have a family. God has answered our prayers.”

The Grant Family

We have discovered that adoption, like childbirth, is a miracle, and the process of bringing your children home is simply the beginning of the journey.

Meet Luis

Meet Luis. Luis lives at Las Lomas, a children’s home in Peru, run by Not Forgotten. When Not Forgotten staff found Luis, he was under 5 years of age, standing on the side of the road, and very sick due to parasites….

The Reed Family

Your emotions will be all over the map. You will not feel exactly the way you thought you would in response to circumstances and behaviors. But feelings mean very little in light of the knowledge and assurance of your calling. The same…

The Buchanan Family

It was a feeling beyond words to be home as a family of five! The journey was emotional, trying, and difficult, but so worth it to have Samuel as our son.

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