Blog: Turning the question around

“Have you thought about adoption?” This phrase has run through my head a lot in the past week. If I’m being completely honest, it runs through my head pretty regularly. I do think about it. I am thinking about it.

Five things to ask foster carers or adoptive parents (and three questions to avoid)

Five questions that might help you better support foster or adoptive families

Why we value support groups and would love to see more of them

Caring for vulnerable children is rarely easy, which is why support really matters.

5 things to think about when speaking on adoption and fostering

Dr Tim Davy offers five helpful suggestions for anyone preparing to speak on adoption and fostering.

Moses, adoption and the Church - Part 3: Support

Exploring what support for foster and adoptive families could look like.

Reflection 5: Changing futures

Our final advent reflection considers the cost of serving God however He asks.

Reflection 4: Trusting to fulfilment

Luke 2.6-7

Five ways to support foster and adoptive families at Christmas

Christmas can be full of joy and festive fun, but also brings difficulties for looked after or adopted children.

Reflection 3: Making ready

Our third advent reflection considers how Mary and Joseph reacted to the promises spoken over them.

Reflection 2: Faithfully preparing

Could this advent be the beginning of your journey?

Reflection 1: Seed of an idea

Could this advent be the beginning of your journey?

Supporting fostered and adopted children and young people in Sunday school

Tips and guidelines on how to support fostered and adopted children and young people.


Responding to the need: Kevin's story

Kevin shares his story of responding to the need for foster carers in his area.

Caroline's Story

Caroline and her husband decided to adopt after an Adoption Sunday at their church.

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