Foster Families Share Their Stories of Love and Loss

“Foster care changes a person,” wrote Stephanie Bennington, a former foster child from Fremont, Neb., after we asked readers to send us their foster care stories. The stories came in response to “Losing a Foster Child,” the most recent essay by Meghan Moravcik Walbert, who chronicled the time her family spent with the foster child […]



“Texas officials seek foster care help through church alliances” -Beaumont Enterprise

Two foster care county systems in Texas have partnered up with local churches to give more children loving homes. Read this article by Beaumont Enterprise that shines a spotlight on both Jefferson and Orange county for being creative in finding new ways to help children. http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/article/Texas-officials-seek-foster-care-help-through-10855569.php  



“Uniting Obama and Trump to save children”

This article from The Washington Times talks on a global scale about how the United States could continue to be a leader in helping children in need. This article goes into detail about some of the challenges that our country faces when dealing with this issue and how we can become better than ever. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jan/4/uniting-obama-and-donald-trump-to-save-children/  



To My Friends Who Are Foster Parents: You are brave and you are courageous, foster parents.

“Dearest Friends, You are brave. You are changing lives. You are brave to choose to love big at the expense of your heart and comfort. You are courageous. And though it is hard to see, you are changing lives. The kids’ lives entrusted to you, yes. But also your family’s, your friends’, mine. While you […]

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