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Helping your church know the need and understand God's commands in James 1:27 is a huge part of orphan care. Let us provide you with some great information to share with your church family.
As you and your church find ways to care for the vulnerable around you, Lifeline is here to resource you with trainings, ministry platforms, and educational pieces on orphan care.
Use these church-centered initiatives to make an eternal impact in the lives of the vulnerable. Built for your church body, young and old, these initiatives will help bring the needs of the orphan to light in your church.
Interested in traveling with us to serve our partners on the frontlines of orphan care? Find out more about missions trips and virtual trips.
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Participating in one of Lifeline's fundraising events, trainings, virtual missions trips, and more helps you better understand the orphan care crisis and find ways to make an eternal impact.
If you are serving vulnerable children through gospel-centered care outside of the US, we would love to connect with you to make an impact together through our Global Orphan Network.
By Neisha Roberts When people first hear, “It will cost between $35-$50,000 to adopt,” there’s a quick gut response that usually follows — “How in the world could we ever