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Fear, Pride, and Being the Worst

One Mother’s Journey to God’s Transforming Joy By Jenny Riddle When the wind blows ferociously or the waves batter relentlessly, the roots of a plant are what firmly grasp the soil and anchor it in place. The same is true in the lives…

Hosting for Lasting Impact

Near the end of 2018, a teenage boy named Andrés traveled to the U.S. as part of a Colombia hosting program with Lifeline. Andrés was placed with a kind hosting family, the Veazeys. They were able to incorporate Andrés into their everyday…

Faith, Family, and Leather

Leaving a Lasting Heritage for the Glory of God Written by Jenny Riddle Companions since childhood and sweethearts since high school, Rick and Coleen Holtz held the ideas of heritage and legacy close to their hearts. As an extension of those values,…

Joy’s Story

Joy was born to a family in Taiwan who was unable to provide care for her. Because of Joy’s special needs, domestic adoption became elusive, causing her to wait for 14 years for her forever family. The waiting compounded the trauma Joy…

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…

How Many Orphans Are There?

Rick Morton, author of Know Orphans: Mobilizing the Church for Global Orphanology and Vice President of Engagement at Lifeline explains how to understand the number and definition of orphans in the world today.  Statistics most recently quoted by those inside and outside the orphan care community is that…

Behavior 101

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