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Motherhood is Missional
Motherhood is discipleship, and it's part of the mission.
Click here to see recent contributors. “Children tie the mother's feet.” That is an old Tamil proverb that means children keep mothers from doing what they want to do.
Supporting Education for All God's Children
Q&A with Rev. Rigo Mendez on educating studies with disabilities.
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Supporting Education for All God's Children. Q&A with Rev. Rigo Mendez on educating studies with disabilities. Supporting Education for All God's Children. GoneApey / Flickr.
Missionary Donn Ketcham Abused 18 Children. Here’s Why He Wasn’t Stopped.
(UPDATED) After Bangladesh MKs speak out, ABWE releases final report on past problems and future protections.
Missionary Donn Ketcham Abused 18 Children. Here's Why He Wasn't Stopped. Missionary Donn Ketcham Abused 18 Children. Here's Why He Wasn't Stopped. 1 of 3.
My Marriage to an Undocumented Immigrant
I lived with the threat of my husband’s deportation. Here’s what I learned about immigration.
In 2012, it was estimated that “16.6 million people currently live in mixed-status families—with at least one unauthorized immigrant.” Many are children with US citizenship living with
Weekend Edition—May 6, 2016
Speaking for the vulnerable, China, church signs, and more!
Ashley Bultman, a 20 year old sophomore who began working with Burmese refugee children when she was in 8th grade, made a closing statement for the group that drove home
Christians Rally to Keep World's Largest Refugee Camp Open
The country’s plans to close a 25-year-old camp would displace more than 300,000 East African refugees.
More than 70 World Vision staff work in Kenyan refugee camps; in Dadaab, they distribute food to families, including nutrient-dense rations to treat children suffering from malnutrition.
Why International Adoptions by Americans Have Hit a 35-Year Low
Most of the decline comes from three countries.
0; tweet; share; email; print. In 2004, Americans adopted 22,884 children from foreign countries—an all-time high. Twelve years later, that number has dropped
How to Address America’s Foster Care Crisis? It Takes a Village
The next wave of the evangelical adoption movement will rely on the church's support.
In churches and ministries across the United States, evangelicals have responded to Scripture's command to care for displaced children (James 1:27) like never before.
Justice and a Heart for the Fatherless in the Global Village
Today, there are more than 150 million orphans in the world.
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The answer might show us how to imitate God's heart toward vulnerable children, orphans, and families in distress. We have a front row seat to God's
How Grandparenting Redeemed Our Family
This Father’s Day, I celebrate my parents’ choice to move close to my kids.
surgery. Now my parents are the ones I turn to for advice about so many things, from diapers to discipline, because they, too, are invested in my children.
James Dobson: Why Children Are a National Blessing
Under-population is the deeper global problem.
James Dobson: Why Children Are a National Blessing. Under-population is the deeper global problem. James Dobson: Why Children Are a National Blessing. zherun / Flickr.
Lawmaker: Adoption Doesn't Have to Be This Expensive
Congressman Diane Black's experience and faith motivates her to advocate for change.
If your children grew up in the church, there is a good chance they knew the youth choir song “I'm Adopted.” The lyrics echo a promise found in Ephesians 1:5 and repeated throughout
African Pilgrims Pour into Uganda for Martyrs Day
President wants Protestants to replicate the tourism success of Catholics.
Today tens of thousands of Christians in Uganda will dip themselves and their children into a lake where executioners reportedly washed off the blood of dozens of martyrs.
Died: Robertson McQuilkin, College President Praised for Alzheimer’s Resignation
Author of 'A Promise Kept' left Columbia Bible College short of retirement to care for his ailing wife.
were both students there. During their 55-year marriage, they raised 6 children and served for 12 years as missionaries in Japan. Both eventually worked
Kids Want What We Teach Them to Want
Habit proves to be powerful liturgy.
Remarkably, our five children don't complain. We can't simply teach our children, our congregation, or our citizenry to know the right thing or to act in right ways.
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Jerry B. Jenkins: The Tim LaHaye I Knew
Jerry B. Jenkins: The Tim LaHaye I Knew
I saw the softer side of a man famous for strong opinions.
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