International Christian Adoptions


Mission Statement

ICA began in 1990 with its principle office in California. ICA was built on the foundation of Hospitality and Sanctuary seeking to be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves believing that all life is sacred.

ICA\'s mission is to minister to the needs of orphaned and abandoned children with the services of adoption, foster care, humanitarian aid, mission camps, transition homes and other valuable services.

Overview of Ministry Activity

ICA’s mission in ministry and activity is to: Promote and secure the emotional, spiritual and physical welfare of children who have been victimized, abandoned or persecuted; found in the streets, war zones, government run institutions, refugee camps or family homes; Actively engage in providing immigration and refugee resettlement services to those fleeing persecution, war, oppression and poverty; To provide an environment of peaceful and humanitarian exchange to foreign students and those who go abroad; To offer an environment where hard working artisans can be paid a fair wage and be given the dignity of self termination through fair trade; To provide opportunities for orphans to experience culture and sense of family with camps to America and in their country; To widen the horizons of Americans by sending them to foreign countries to experience differing cultures through a myriad of work projects, camps and activities; Maintain a Hague compliant licensed child placement agency under a different name in accordance with the laws of the State of California in order to provide temporal foster care and adoptive placement; Maintain several programs to enhance ICA’s mission which is not limited to but includes immigration and refugee resettlement services, foreign student exchange program, fair trade, cultural camps, mission programs and tours, and other social service programs.

Plans and Goals

ICA is launching camp programs internationally and domestically and a Children\'s Peace Exhibit; as well as Immigration, Fair Trade, and Student Exchange services.

Organization Contact Information
Contact email:info
Phones:+1 951-695-3336
41745 Rider Way #2
Temecula, Ca 92590
United States
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