The mission of the Arkansas Pregnancy Network is to save and change lives by “equipping people, empowering ministries and engaging communities toward a culture of life.”
Before Chance and Brittany McConnell even met, God was weaving the thread of adoption into their story. And now, 11 years into marriage, two of their three children are adopted — all 3 a testament to the Lord’s kindness and faithfulness …
Every day is a victory for Tirrell. With John and Erin Stuebe, his North Carolina Baptist Children’s Homes foster and soon-to-be adoptive parents, surrounding him with love and support, the 14-year-old is thriving …
The debate over abortion exceptions for rape and incest may be a political football in Kentucky but, for Jason Lovins, it’s personal. His mother chose life for him 42 years ago.
Religious freedom and human rights conditions in Iran — which already were bleak — have “sharply deteriorated,” the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom reported in an update released Sept. 11.
Religious freedom in Afghanistan has deteriorated since the Taliban seized control two years ago, and Afghan women have suffered most, a report from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom stated.
“We acknowledge the reality that there is darkness, but there is also the light of Jesus that offers hope,” said Josh Ferguson, a college pastor for UNC with The Summit Church.
“Not everyone is called to adopt or foster, and that’s okay. But we can all lighten the load in some way,” says Meredith Weber, an adoption and foster care coordinator.
“One thing that people don’t fully understand is the demand on a pastor’s time, resources and energy,” Jeff Yant, executive director of Lake Yale.
Why it matters that a Massachusetts couple denied foster care application over religious beliefs