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

Pray for Uganda

One of the ways you can get involved in Uganda is to begin praying for the needs that are present there. Check back occasionally to see an updated list of

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

Words of Encouragement for Dads

Mark Sly serves as the (un)adopted Regional Coordinator for Africa and Eurasia. He is the father of three children and on youth ministry staff for nine years before coming to

When Adoption Isn’t Possible — (un)adopted®

Excerpt from Image Bearers by Herbie Newell In 2008, on a trip to Zaporizhia, Ukraine, the Lord awoke my heart to the fact that adoption alone could not answer the

Brother, Sister Learn About Liberia Through Mission Kid; Make Art to Raise Money

By Neisha Roberts The Cheek family is one of many that has recently, and unexpectedly, opened its very own “private Christian school” while social distancing, as mom, Morgan, explained. Parents

Serving the Deaf and Blind of Uganda

On the July 17th edition of The Defender Podcast, Pastor Raphael Kajjubi and Adalyn Newell joined Herbie Newell in a discussion about (un)adopted’s partnership in Uganda and how its unique

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

Four Ways to Serve Orphans Today

It’s easy to read “153 million orphans worldwide” and pass right over it. But the reality is, that’s 153 million individual orphaned and vulnerable children (OVC) that could grow up without ever hearing the gospel. That’s an epidemic. An epidemic that no…

Webinar – The Discriminated Orphan: Europe’s Forgotten People

A look into Eastern Europe’s most discriminated individuals, the Roma people group and the overlooked orphan. These overlooked children have faced discrimination from the day they were born, not only as orphans but because of their heritage. We want to share with…

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