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The “Aging Out” Dilemma Plaguing the Foster Care System
A recent Huffington Post article articulately addressed, The “Aging Out” Dilemma Plaguing the Foster Care System.   Although perhaps missing some of the most important potential ...
Gospel or Justice, Which?
Some evangelicals talk as though personal evangelism and public justice are contradictory concerns, or, at least, that one is part of the mission of the church and the other isn’t. I think ...
52 Ways to Talk about Adoption
Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) is pleased to present 52 Ways to Talk About AdoptionSM, a unique card game for adoptive families. Created by our adoption-competent staff, whose ...
Gentling: A Practical Guide to Treating PTSD in Abused Children
Gentling represents a new paradigm in the therapeutic approach to children who have experienced physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and have acquired Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a ...
Anything but Typical
This article by Michael Monroe from the June 2011 edition of Adoption Today addresses the topic of adoptive fatherhood: As an adoptive dad I’ve come to the place that I can easily acknowledge that ...
Pure Religion Conference Audio
Listen to the audio from the Pure Religion Conference in Cary, NC.  Speakers were Dan Cruver, Stephen Davey, Sean Cordell, and Tony Merida. Listen to the audio ...
Becoming an Advocate for Your Child in School
The school experience is an important aspect in the life of a child. And yet, school often presents unique and sometimes unexpected challenges for both children and parents in adoptive and foster ...
Transracial Adoption: Becoming a Multiracial/Multicultural Family
The transcript/slideshow presentation of Christian Alliance for Orphan's recent webinar is now available for those who weren't able to view it live, or would like to reference it again. The ...
Lasting Impressions: A Guide for Photolisting Children
Many thousands of children in the United States in foster care need adoptive families—children who cannot return safely to their birth parents, who do not have extended family members who ...
When Visiting is Enough
This article offers great encouragement for anyone who has ever despaired that simply visiting orphans is not enough: A Curious Injunction The response to orphans in the New American Standard ...
Parents’ Attachment Style and the Adopted Child
As most adoptive parents are aware, a secure attachment is key to a child’s healthy development. Attachment is defined as a child’s bond to a caregiver based on the caregiver’s sensitivity and ...
Parenting in Grace: Time Out vs. The Break
The use of a "Time Out" has been popular for many years as parents look for effective ways to discipline and train their child. Typically this approach is used to isolate a child for a period of ...
Orphan Care is Not What I Do. It's What Jesus Does.
"No, your eyes were not playing tricks on you when you read the title of this post. Orphan care is not what I do. It is what Jesus does. Here is what I mean (are you ready for a quick ...
Church Adoption Ministry Manual
Starting and growing your church adoption support ministry: A Guide for Leaders. By Gerald & Maureen Clark  Table of ...
NCFA Factbook V
Adoption Factbook V was released in May 2011.  As with previous Adoption Factbooks, the centerpiece of this comprehensive publication is the article presenting original research ...
Journeys of Faith: Guiding Principles for Church Global Orphan Care Partnerships
This webinar from the Christian Alliance for Orphans will address ways the church in the US can more effectively partner with indigenous churches around the ...
Hope at Home Blog
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Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities
Bridges Out of Poverty takes the concepts of hidden rules of economic class and uses them to educate social workers, employers and community organizations about hte unique and sometimes hidden ...
Anything but Typical: Michael Monroe's Thoughts on Adoptive Fatherhood
As an adoptive dad I’ve come to the place that I can easily acknowledge that all of my kids are a little different in some way or another. Different than what, you ask? I’m not entirely sure, but I ...
Connecting While Correcting
  In March 2011, Tapestry hosted an event entitled Connecting While Correcting. This event focused on helping adoptive and foster parents understand the need for connecting ...
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