As the Supreme Court hears Brackeen v. Haaland, what is at stake for most interested parties is the decades-old Indian Child Welfare Act. The act was meant to stop Native American families from being separated by child welfare agencies and private adoption services and instead
(RNS) — A proposed new rule could allow over $30 billion in Department of Health and Human Services grants to flow to organizations that openly refuse to serve people of faith, women and LGBTQ people. The administration claims that this rule only applies to child
(RNS) — The Trump administration is proposing a new rule that would allow adoption, foster care agencies, and other social service providers receiving taxpayer funding from the Department of Health and Human Services to refuse to serve people based on religion, sexual orientation and gender
MUSTANG, Okla. (BP) -- From a church planting perspective, The Well is averaging approximately 100 in weekly attendance, recently baptizing several new believers.
Meanwhile, the planters -- Stephen Myers and Steven Giblet -- have worked to cultivate a culture within the church conducive to foster care
As a single adoptive father of five boys, Robert Ewing has encountered a stressed schedule and reduced career options, deep tragedy and great joy.
While performing concerts around the country, Dove Award-winning recording artist Mark Schultz often shares his testimony and personal story of adoption in hopes of
Officials at Buckner International say the recent political furor over a news report about a mother who sent her adopted son back to Russia on a one-way flight has not affected the group’s “Angels from Abroad” orphan hosting program scheduled for this
Multicultural adoption is more than just a hot Hollywood trend. Some Baptist families consider adopting a child -- or multiple children -- from another race or culture as a divine calling.
Hollywood celebrities have brought increased attention to transracial adoption. Though hotly debated among sociologists and some theologians, many Baptist families love their “belly-button” children and their “heartstring” children equally.
Thanks to an "open adoption" policy, when family members gather to celebrate holidays and birthdays of 4-year-old Evelyn Rose and her 2-year-old brother, Daniel, reunions include