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Camp Empower Recap

We had the best time at Camp Empower Birmingham! This week, kids were encouraged, parents were equipped, and families were empowered. The help of wonderful volunteers made it a successful week. In their nurture groups, campers learned self-regulating behaviors and used breathing...

Back-to-School Roundup

You may have your school supply list purchased, or you may not be ready to think about pre-sharpened pencils and notebooks yet. No matter which of these two categories you fall into, we want to help you feel confident as you begin...

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...

Moving Tips for Adoptive Families

Remember Past Loss The experience of moving to a new home, town, or state can be very challenging for children of all ages. This difficulty is particularly true if children are part of your family through international, domestic, or foster care adoptions....

Taking a Stand

By Ashley Newell Mary Beth Brown, 17, of West Point, Georgia, has never allowed her young age to limit the impact she can have on caring for the vulnerable. Over the past seven years, she has raised over $20,000 for Stand for Orphans®!  Putting her...

Foster Care: To Be Known and Loved

May is Foster Care Awareness Month. In the United States, approximately 430,000 children are in foster care. On average, children in care wait 18 months for reunification and permanency with their families; some wait much longer. During this time, they need families...

EASTER SUNDAY: The victory of Easter is the hope fueling the mission

By Herbie Newell, President and Executive Director of Lifeline Children’s Services “When the perishable puts on the imperishable, and the mortal puts on immortality, then shall come to pass the saying that is written: ‘Death is swallowed up in victory. O death,...

Silent Saturday

By Herbie Newell, President and Executive Director of Lifeline Children’s Services While we don’t talk much during Holy Week about Silent Saturday, the truth is that we currently live in another seemingly silent time between Easter and the glorious appearing. Imagine the...

Good Friday

By Herbie Newell, President and Executive Director of Lifeline Children’s Services. Today’s headlines scream from a world that is crippled and plagued by sin. Jesus told us to expect wars and rumors of war. Along with wars, we are experiencing the redefinition...

Infertility, Grief, and Parenthood

Infertility, Grief, and Parenthood  By Jenny Riddle, with Traci Newell  Sitting on a stool in front of a large group of potential adoptive parents, she felt inexperienced and inadequate, but she had been asked to be part of a panel during training...

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