The American Orphan Crisis

400,000 kids in the U.S. are displaced, and the system is crumbling. Read More

A Better Way to Talk About Adoption

We need to be careful about over-spiritualizing the way we talk adoption in the Church Read More

What Not to Say to Parents of Adopted Children

“When are you having your own kids?” and other things to avoid. Read More

Former NCAA National Champion and Heisman trophy winner recently told People that though he wants another shot to play in the NFL, he’s also been focusing on one of his other passions: Adoption advocacy. At his recent charity golf tournament, more than $1 million was raised for the Tim Tebow Foundation, which recently expanded its services to include “Orphan Care,” a specially designed program that gives grants to families who are adopting special needs children. Though the 26-year-old, who just inked a broadcast deal with ESPN, is currently single, he said that he even plans on adopting one day: “When I have a family someday, I'll probably adopt. Adoption has always been something close to my heart. There are so many kids out there who really need a family … I believe that everyone, regardless of who they are, should do something that is greater than themselves. Whether it's adoption, or helping people who are sick, or poor, or whatever. That's what God put us on this earth to do” ... Discuss

Meet Annmaire Richards, a woman in Jamaica who takes in street children and raises them in her own family. Richards says that she “saw herself” in the children who are “fearfully, and wonderfully made,” and her story is a powerful reminder of the average person’s capability to change the lives of those in need. The video was produced by GoBoka Play in partnership with the Make Life Better Foundation, who will donate a computer lab for the children’s education if the video receives 50,000 views by April 10. So, let’s all do our part and watch the video repeatedly for extra doses of inspiration from Annemarie ... Discuss

According to data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, there are currently more than 400,000 children living within the American foster care system.

Davion Navar Henry Only was one of those kids. The 15-year-old wanted to be adopted so badly, he decided to take matters into his own hands. The teen took the pulpit at a church in Florida and asked if anyone in the congregation would consider adopting him. He told the church, “My name is Davion, and I’ve been in foster care since I was born ... I know God hasn’t given up on me, so I’m not giving up either.” Read More