North Texas families grow as they adopt children during National Adoption Month. Is it too late? Is there something you can do to help?
Susan Hamilton addresses the issue of adoption during this National Adoption Month campaign. Watch her in this video clip.
Celebrate November as National Adoption Awareness Month by giving a helping hand. Adopt if you can or get involved somehow. It's not too late.
Parenting a child with attachment disorders is more than challenging. Here is some feedback from Tyler Jacobson who is doing just that.
The spiritual definition of adoption is one that will touch even the hardest of hearts! To be truthful, it touched my heart. By Sandra Cerda
Nearly 4,000 children are waiting to be adopted in Texas, a statistic advocates are highlighting in November for National Adoption Month.
Austin Texas commemorated the beginning of National Adoption Awareness Month campaign with a ceremony celebrating the adoption of 44 area children.
Peoria couple encourages adoption. Kids aren’t messed up; it’s the adults, Kids are just kids. To foster or adopt them would be a fantastic thing.
'I Adopted A Child — Here's What It Was Like' - A Story that will shake your very core and make you wonder why more people are not adopting.
I Just Want a Loving Family - Adoption event attracts families seeking to add to family. Amazing stories during National Adoption Month.
More than 60 children of all ages need a forever home in Lucas County. What about your community? Can You Get involved? Watch this inspiring story.
A story that is all too common today. A child that will embark on a journey as he is being adopted. How is this like Jesus? Read this NOW!
This is the story of a remarkable woman who found strength in God's promise. A woman with more children than she could have ever dreamed of!
In all, our church adopted 77 children. Here is the story of our 73rd adoption and the couple who ventured to take up the cause of defending the fatherless.
Every Child Matters on this National Adoption Month. Will you love your neighbor enough to care for the orphan and the widow?
The Day I Learned About Adoption I was Scared, I was Shocked, and I couldn't stop asking myself, "Am I adopted"? Can you relate?