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4 Areas of Orphan Care That Need Your Support

Show Hope is committed to restoring the hope of a family to orphans in distress. With more than 140 million orphans around the world, the need is great! Here are four areas of orphan care that need your support: 1. Adoption Aid For $35/month, you can become a Show Hope sponsor and help bring a…

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3 Reasons to Join Show Hope’s Parenting Simulcast

Dan Coley (Show Hope’s Director of Programs) discusses three reasons why adoptive and foster parents should join the Empowered to Connect parenting simulcast on April 10-11, 2015. I have seen so many sides of the adoption journey. I’ve walked through the good and the hard. If I’ve learned one thing, it is the importance of…

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Guest Post from Sara Hagerty: Losing the Streets

We have a special guest on the blog today! Sara Hagerty, author of Every Bitter Thing is Sweet, shares about motherhood and the power of God’s redemptive love in the lives of her children. +++++ The slum streets were her childhood playground.  Her lungs took their first swallow of earth’s air in the poor African’s…

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Guest Post: Love Never Fails

Anna Caudill and her husband Shane are the parents of FuXia and YoYo, both came home from China with the help of a Show Hope grant. Below, Anna shares about her family’s post-adoption journey and how resources from Show Hope brought them fresh hope and healing.  “Love always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.…

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Adoption is a Lifelong Journey

When a child comes home to their forever family through adoption, their healing doesn’t end there — it just begins. Children who were once orphaned go through lots of transition and change when they enter into a healthy family unit for the first time. Often, these children continue to live and act out of their…

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Guest Post: Healing the Wounds of Relational Trauma

We have a special guest on the blog today! Michael Monroe, founder of Empowered to Connect, shares about his experience with relational trauma in the world of adoption and foster care. I remember the first time I heard it said. It came out of nowhere during a conversation with an adult adoptee, and I recoiled…

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