The importance of rest

Adoptive mum Lucy reflects on the value of rest and how to achieve it.

Social work: a career length of seven years

Julie talks with Anna, a child placement social worker.

Five ways we can all #SupportAdoption

As part of National Adoption Week 2018 we want to encourage everyone to #SupportAdoption

What the Church needs to know about kinship care and how to support caring families

For kinship care week 2018, we want to equip the Church to better understand and support all families who provide kinship care and private fostering.

Court rules government acted unlawfully in treatment of unaccompanied children – but it’s not too late for you to play your part

From Home for Good

Prime Minister welcomes church action on fostering and adoption and commends role of Home for Good

A review of the Conservative Party Conference annual church service on 30 September 2018.

What the Church needs to know about invisible needs

Thoughts of a foster carer: Placement disruption

A friend of Home for Good shares honestly and with great courage about the pain and challenge of placement disruption.

15 ways the Church can support foster and adoptive families through challenges and disruption

Fifteen practical suggestions for providing families with the support they need through challenging times.

Looking suffering in the eye

Lucy shares from personal experience and Biblical reflection about how suffering is a part of adoption.

What the Church needs to know about single adopters

A growing number of those sensing God's call to adopt are single, so here are some thoughts from single adopters so we can better understand and support each one.

Blog: All the single carers, put your hands up!

Julie shares from her experiences as a single foster carer.


Putting God's love into action: Katie and Stuart's story

Katie and Stuart share how God led them to fostering.

Alex's story

Alex tells the story of fostering an unaccompanied Syrian boy.

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