What does Martin Luther King Jr. have to do with Adoption?

January 18, 2016 | Posted In Featured | Share

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Today is a very special day. Today we celebrate the life of a great man, Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. King dreamed what no man would dare to dream, and the world is an infinitely better place because of it.

Dr. King saw all people as equal. Skin color, nationality, economic class—none of that mattered to him. People are people. Period.

Of the many memorable things Dr. King said in his lifetime, one stands out to us:

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

We believe in a God who is both loving and just. We believe that his justice extends to all people in all places, of all skin colors and all ages.

And we believe that, because every child deserves to know the love of a family, the orphan crisis is an issue of injustice.

We believe in a God who cares for the fatherless, and he invites us to do the same.

Dr. King stood for what he believed in, and he fought for what is right. Because of it, the world is a better place. Today, the movement against injustice continues in many different areas.

We are a movement to care for orphans, we are inspired by the words and life of Dr. King, and we would love for you to join the movement.

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