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Updates on Aid to Ukraine

Give to Ukraine War Relief fund Updated June 8, 2022 @ 10:30am The $120,000 goal was exceeded as the total was $129,623! Here are a few ways that these funds

Lifeline Children’s Services Responds to New Lancet Report On Vulnerable Children

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The peer-reviewed medical journal, The Lancet, released a report on the impact of children who had lost a parent or caretaker due to COVID-19. The study revealed

National Adoption Month — Finding Your Country

By Neisha Roberts A little girl from China. A 12-year-old boy from Colombia. A baby girl from Louisiana. Three siblings from Bulgaria. God’s beautiful children across the world find their

International Adoption Continues As Borders Open

By Jenny Riddle We are praising the Lord for His continued providence for children and families in our international adoption programs in the middle of this pandemic. Although travel has

International Adoption Through a Pandemic

By Jenny Riddle International adoption is always filled with the unexpected. Surprises, detours, and bumps in the road are all quite normal and expected. A global pandemic, however, has far

Back to School in a Pandemic

Compiled by Jenny Riddle from contributions by Lynn Beckett and Angela Mains In the middle of this pandemic, almost every decision feels like the weight of the world. Lifeline Children’s

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

‘Thank You’ to Our Partner Healthcare Facilities

We love the healthcare facilities we get to partner with through our pregnancy counseling ministry. Places like Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka, Kansas, mean a lot to Lifeline Children’s Services

Felt Safety… Right Now?

Lifeline Family Counselor speaks on how parents can help their children feel safe.

Too Much Togetherness?

We are all spending A LOT of time together now. Is your family struggling with “too much togetherness?” Whitney White, a family counselor, discusses togetherness, its effects, and how we

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