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10th Annual R(un) For One

The R(un) for One will be Saturday, August 28, 2021 in Birmingham, AL; Atlanta, GA; Chattanooga, TN; Pace, FL; Belmont, NC; Topeka, KS; and Mount Pleasant, SC. Can’t make it to one of our four events? Register for the Run Where You Are event…

Pray for Dominican Republic

One of the ways you can get involved in Dominican Republic is to begin praying for the needs that are present there. Check back occasionally to see an updated list of prayer requests for this country. Prayer Points Pray for the Lord…

International Adoption Prayer Guide

Pray There is no denying the power of prayer, so we lean firmly on the Lord as we embrace James 1:27. Thank you for partnering with us through prayer. Here are five ways you could be praying for our ministry: Pray for our…

Dominican Republic Financial Information

Lifeline Agency Fees: Application – $300 This non-refundable fee is due at submission of your application.  Once the application is accepted, then it will be processed by Lifeline to ensure you meet agency and country requirements.  Acceptance of the application constitutes the…

R(un) for One 5k

The R(un) for One 5k and Fun Run supports (un)adopted®, Lifeline Children’s Services’ international orphan care ministry. Our desire is to manifest the gospel to orphaned and vulnerable children and equip them with the life skills needed to bring about community transformation….

Family Reunion

We are putting on an Olympic-sized event for ALL Lifeline families, near and far! Join us for the Lifeline FamilyReunion on Saturday, June 29th in Birmingham, Alabama. You will experience an awesome day of food, friendly competition and fellowship. This is your…

Running Buddy

Derek Dupuis, Lifeline Adoptive Dad and R(un) for One Runner Hear how the R(un) for One played a role in the hearts of the Dupuis family, one of Lifeline’s adoptive families: Hope. Anyone who is trying something new or taking a leap…

Partnering Makes Sense

For Mountain Brook Community Church (MBCC) in Birmingham, Alabama, partnership with (un)adopted® “really just makes sense.” It’s a relationship that stretches back for several years, according to Walter Arroyo, who’s served on staff at the church for 10 years and now is…

Orphan Care Beyond Adoption

At Lifeline we believe that it is God’s design for children to be raised in families, where they are loved and cared for holistically, having their physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs met. The reality of what we see is that we…

The McKinney Family

Our passion has been for the fatherless for a while now. Our first two kids were also adopted internationally. So, we were not new to the ups and downs of adoption—pre or post. And, although it was long and hard to be…

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