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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 cry of the orphan. It was in Ukraine that I first met a…

One Mustard Seed in Colombia

By Neisha Roberts One would think you’d need a lot of effort in a small amount of time to make things happen in the middle of a global pandemic. But God shows us over and over that the tiny mustard seeds we…

Volunteer R(un) for One

Lifeline’s R(un) for One is a family-friendly annual event where Lifeline’s alumni, friends, advocates, and community partners run or walk to raise awareness and funding for vulnerable children around the world. All event proceeds benefit (un)adopted®, Lifeline’s international orphan care ministry. This is our widest reaching event with…

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 have dug down deep with creativity to fill the days with learning,…

Supporting an Indigenous Response to Orphan Care

Nicolas Osorio, one of the pastors at Iglesia Bautista Renacer in Bogota, Colombia, joined Herbie Newell on the September 18, 2019 edition of The Defender Podcast. Nicolas is married to Juanita, and they have two young sons. Although he has been a…

Sovereignty Over Slavery

In some parts of the world, like Pakistan, there are still modern-day slaves. Slaves that start out as a man in need of work in order to provide for his family, but who end up being indebted to a factory owner for…

Pro-Life Means Every Life

the ultimate value of human life can be found in the gospel. God the Son became a man and fulfilled the work of redemption, and the price that was paid in Jesus establishes the proper worth of people. We treasure each other…

Change One Life | Redeeming Hope

The plight of women in Pakistan is bleak. Mothers often find themselves in grinding poverty and abusive relationships, with no social standing to change their lives. Seven-year-old Anjli’s mother was one of these women. Abused by her husband and feeling no hope…

Part of His Story: Hope in Uganda

My husband, Jacob, and I recently had the privilege to travel with Lifeline’s international orphan care ministry, (un)adopted, to the community of Busega, Uganda, in Africa. While there we had the opportunity to stay with local people, help build lasting relationships, and…

August Monthly Focus: (un)adopted

Problem: At Lifeline, we believe that orphan care must be a multi-faceted approach. Adoption is a beautiful part of God’s call to care for orphans; however, only a tiny fraction of adoptable children are adopted each year—from within their birth country or…

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