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CEU: Discipling Kids From Hard Places

The family is the center of Jesus plan to make disciples, but significant challenges exists for families who adopt and foster to be disciple-makers with children coming from hard places. In this webinar, we will examine the challenges and propose strategies that…

Foster Care: The Call of the Church

Leland Brown, Foster Parent   C.S. Lewis once famously said that in his conversion he was basically dragged kicking and screaming into heaven, looking everywhere for a way out, and in hindsight he was blown away by God’s mercy and humility to…

Supporting Adoptive and Foster Families Through the Church

When God’s people respond to His command to care for vulnerable children, our churches become an important part of the lives of parents, children, and siblings who are in the midst of the joyous and challenging journeys of fostering and adoption. Lifeline…

Empowering Children Within Your Church

Summit Church in Estero, Florida has been a long-time partner with Lifeline, believing strongly in God’s command to care for orphans and vulnerable children worldwide. When the opportunity for children to get involved in orphan care in a hands-on way, Summit Church…

Three Times Adoptive Families Need Resources

Lifeline understands the beauty of adoption, but we also understand the loss from which it arises and the trauma surrounding the hearts of vulnerable children and their new families. Individuals who are familiar with adoption often say, “Adoption is not for the…

Connect Guide

Connecting with other adoptive and foster parents allow space to build relationships, offer advice, and share the adoption and foster care journey. We’ve learned that newer connection groups benefit from structure and short outlines.

Engaging Your Church in Orphan Sunday

I am so grateful for this opportunity to share our experience with engaging our church in Orphan Sunday. God began writing this story more than three years ago when He called us to adopt one of His precious children. As many of…

Equipping the Church to Care with Grace & Sensitivity

In our churches, we want to honor mothers while also being cognizant of the truth that many in our church family are hurting. The nature of foster care can create a situation in which we want to be especially sensitive that Mother’s…

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