Category Archives: Adoption

God of the vulnerable

“What a contrast. We see God, the most potent and self-sufficient Power imaginable, continually expressing profound concern for the least potent and self-sufficient — the orphan in distress.” Continue reading

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7 Links worth seeing

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Our Adoption Story

The New Testament repeatedly explains our salvation as an adoption story. Continue reading

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Adoption Story

Coach Mark Richt and his wife talk about their story of adoption and how it has changed their lives. Continue reading

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5 links worth seeing

Mothers Are Never Alone When Alone Yes, motherhood is hard work. It’s lonely work. It’s a work that doesn’t always yield results for all of the input. But it’s a Christ-like work. Every day we die to ourselves whether through … Continue reading

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Social Justice and the Church

We can confidently articulate a worldview that honors our Creator and Savior without verbalizing explicit references to the Bible. We can also hope for some of these truths to resonate with the general public. Continue reading

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A closer look at adoption

Yesterday a member of our Church shared a vision for adoption ministry with the pastoral staff that a group from the Church has been developing. A number of our members have adopted children and we are excited to see how this will … Continue reading

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