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Becoming a City Without Orphans: Connecting Fresno Christians to Foster-Care Children

Becoming a City Without Orphans: Connecting Fresno Christians to Foster-Care Children

Through coming alongside social services, Whitney Bunker has mobilized the faith community to live out James 1:27.

Whitney Bunker never planned to find loving families for the more than 2,000 children in the foster-care system of Fresno in central California. After completing a degree in social work at Fresno Pacific University, as a young adult she "had a plan," ...

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