Noel

“It’s not supposed to be this way.” “That wasn't supposed to happen.” “This isn’t how I planned it.” These are things that I often say…

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Foster Care Should Matter to You

Foster Care matters to me, and I think it should matter to you too. I never wanted to be a foster parent. It’s not that…

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Why Foster Care

As of last week, I am officially a foster care recruiter. I say officially because I feel like ever since we became Family Teachers 2…

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Love Wins

November 10th is Stand Sunday, an extension of Orphan Care Sunday that is organized by the Christian Alliance for Orphans. Orphan Sunday shines a spotlight…

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Coping Skills

We've seen it a million times: Children who are sad, scared, and anxious act angry and destructive because they simply don't know what else to…

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Foster Care is important

I know we finished the 'foster care is' series, but I can't stop thinking about a picture and I think this title is fitting. If…

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Foster Care is Fun. 

Yes! Foster care is fun! We write a lot about the weight that it carries. But looking at our day-to-day life, fostering can be so…

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Foster Care is Frustrating

Google tells me that frustrating means to cause someone to feel upset or annoyed, typically as a result of being unable to change or achieve something.…

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