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Global Education Statistics
• An estimated 130 million of the world's 15- to 24- year-olds cannot read or write. • There are 781 million illiterate adults worldwide, and 64 percent of them are women. • Nearly 115 ...
People Raising – A Practical Guide to Raising Funds
Too often, the desire to accomplish ministry is squashed under the fear and perceived burden of raising the necessary funds.  Break through that perception into a reality where you reach out ...
New Life Radio - Moscow
New Life Radio Satellite Network - Moscow, provides Christian radio programming throughout Russia, the former Soviet Union, Europe, and Israel, using direct to home satellite radio channels on ...
How to Start and Run a Training School for Foster Families
Watch here as Mikhail Pimenov, the director of the foster care training school "Family" shares how individuals can start up their own training schools for adoptive and foster parents.  This ...
Just Courage
"There must be more to the Christian life than this--more than church each Sunday and waving to my neighbors and giving some clothes to Goodwill when I go through my closet each spring." These ...
The Connected Child: Bring Hope and Healing to Your Adoptive Family
The adoption of a child is always a joyous moment in the life of a family. Some adoptions, though, present unique challenges. Welcoming these children into your family--and addressing their special ...
Ministries of Mercy: The call of the Jericho Road
Why would someone risk his safety, destroy his schedule, and become dirty and bloody to help a needy person of another race and social class? And why would Jesus tell us "Go and do likewise"? Like ...
Effective Discipline Strategies for Adoptive and Foster Families
Watch this video from adoption and foster care expert Dr. Karyn Purvis: Effective Discipline Strategies for Adoptive & Foster Families - Dr. Karyn Purvis from Tapestry on ...
Successful Adoption: A Guide for Christian Families
Have you felt there's an empty place in your family, but the process of adoption seemed too daunting? Find answers to demystify adoption and discover if it's right for your family, how to pay for ...
Connecting With Kids Through Stories: Using Narratives To Facilitate Attachment In Adopted Children
Children whose early development has been damaged by abuse or neglect are notoriously difficult to reach. Through many years' therapeutic work with adopted children and their families, Denise B. ...
Setting Your Child Up to Succeed
Parents often focus much of their attention on obtaining the right skills and strategies to effectively deal with misbehavior — and this is for good reason. All parents of children from hard places ...
How to Talk to my Kids about Adoption
Watch below as Christian counselor Julie Lowe responds to this question that so many families ...
Field Guide to Child Welfare, Volumes I-IV
The "Field Guide to Child Welfare" is a comprehensive, four-volume resource for child welfare workers and supervisors to use in their everyday practice. The guide describes basic theory, practical ...
Finding a Place to Start
Parents who are struggling to connect with their children often find it difficult to find any real measure of hope. In this brief video, Dr. Karyn Purvis talks about the importance for parents to ...
Better Care Network Toolkit
This resource is to aid social work and child care practitioners and policy makers around the world in planning and providing better care for children—including family strengthening and out of home ...
Adoption Awareness in School Assignments: A Guide for Parents and Educators
Several common school assignments can make foster and adoptive children feel left out, uncomfortable, sad, and hurt. Projects like the ‘Family Tree’, ‘Bring-a-Baby Picture’ and ‘Trace Your Genetic ...
We're Home! Now What?: How to Settle in and Thrive as a New Adoptive Family
How to Settle in and Thrive as a New Adoptive Family Your long awaited international arrival has happened and your new family is formed. Hooray! After the excitement has worn off, reality of this ...
A Sensory World: Making Sense of Sensory Disorders
Children from hard places are often impacted in many different ways by their histories.  One of the most profound, yet often overlooked, is the way in which these children’s sensory processing ...
Orphans & the Fatherless in the Bible
Scripture has much to say about about orphans.  Here's a list of verses that mention the fatherless and orphan.  Exodus 22:22-24 Do not take advantage of a widow or an orphan. If you ...
Sharing Power With Your Child
In this brief video, Dr. Karyn Purvis explains the benefits of parents sharing appropriate amounts of power with their children through choice giving, compromises and other means. By sharing power ...
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