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Adoption Nation
In this revised edition of Adam Pertman's award-winning book, first published in 2000, readers will find updated information on every aspect of adoption and its changing role in American society. ...
Adoption Nutrition Website
Nutrition has been long overlooked as a key issue for foster and adopted children. New research shows that adopted children, even those who appear healthy, are often deficient in key nutrients that ...
Adoption Parenting
Finally, a comprehensive parenting book for adoptive families! Over 100 contributors have helped EMK Press to weave a stunning tapestry of advice specifically for adoptive parents. Parenting ...
Adoption Resources by State
Wondering about the specific adoption/foster care rules and guidelines for your state?  Now you can find out!  Scroll to the bottom of the following page and you'll find a map of the US ...
Adoption Season for Evangelicals
This article from the Wall Street Journal discusses the recent rise of an orphan care (and adoption and foster care) movement among Evangelical Christians in the US: Read the ...
Adoption Sermons
Looking for sermons on adoption?  Watch this series of three sermons on adoption from the Austin Stone ...
Adoption's Assurance
This article by Together for Adoption's Dan Cruver discusses our adoption in Christ, and the impact it has when we truly grasp that we are God's sons and daughters.  Click below to read the ...
After Adoption: Hope at Home
I was desperate. Fifteen years ago I was desperate to find someone who had walked through years of parenting children who were deeply scarred by their painful past. I'm talking about children who ...
After They Are Yours: The Grace and Grit of Adoption
by Brian Borgman After They Are Yours talks transparently and redemptively about the often unspoken problems adoptive parents face, but it is ultimately “a compelling story about saying yes to God ...
AIDS, Orphans, and the Church
Join guest radio host Dan Cruver as he interviews Dr. Susan Hillis (Senior HIV Scientist at the CDC), Dr. Karyn Purvis, and Elizabeth Styffe. Listen to the audio ...
Ain't No Mountain High Enough
This great article by Lisa Qualls shares the difficulties of adoption, as well as God's power to meet us in the middle of those difficulties: "It is Sunday afternoon and the back of my tired ...
ALL IN Orphan Care: Small Group Curriculum
We believe the Church is the answer to the orphan care crisis in our world, and that connecting people in community and equipping them biblically are essential if we want to see the people of God ...
Alternative Care for Children Without Parental Care
When children do not have the option of remaining with their birth families, other approaches must be taken to prevent them from entering or remaining in orphanages. These resources begin to explore ...
Anatomy of the Soul
Anatomy of the Soul provides valuable insight for parents into the all-important topic of attachment.  It examines the process of paying close attention to our brains and our relationships—a ...
Anger: Yours and Theirs
This three part series by adoptive dad Stephen Templeton helps parents address anger in their adoptive children, as well as in themselves. Part I Excerpt: "I hate you! I hate you! I hate you! ...
Another Place at the Table: An uplifting narrative of one woman's experience as a foster parent
For more than a decade, Kathy Harrison has sheltered a shifting cast of troubled youngsters-the offspring of prostitutes and addicts; the sons and daughters of abusers; and teenage parents who ...
Answer the Cry: Faces of Hope
The Cry of the Orphan partners recently released a free DVD called Answer the Cry: Faces of Hope, which tells the stories of orphans and people like you who have answered God's call ...
Answers to Questions Teachers Ask about Sensory Integration:
In this elegant approach to the often-elusive subject of sensory integration, Carol Kranowitz, M.A. (author of the best-selling book The Out-of-Sync Child) and expert occupational therapists ...
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 ...
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 ...
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