In Episode 49, you will hear from Dr. Sharen Ford, Focus on the Family’s Program Director of Adoption & Orphan Care, talking with Phil about:

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In episode 48, you will hear from Tom Lukasik, 4KIDS of South Florida’s VP of Community Engagement, talking with Phil about:

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In Episode 40, you will hear from Jon Bergeron, Counselor with Austin Stone Counseling Center and Speaker, talking with Phil about:

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In Episode 35, you will hear from Jason Weber, National Director of Foster Care Initiatives for Christian Alliance for Orphans. Continue reading →

In Episode 30, you will hear from Ian Forber-Pratt, Program Director of Centre of Excellence in Alternative Care of Children and Founder of Foster Care India Continue reading →

In Episode 1 of Season 2, you will hear from Josh Shipp, author of the best-selling book, The Teen’s Guide to World Domination, global youth empowerment expert, and acclaimed speaker. Continue reading →

In today’s episode, we get to hear from Dr. Karen Hutcheson, a Trauma Informed,  Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Author, adoptive mom and Orphan Care Advocate. She specializes in the assessment and treatment of children from “hard places.” Karen is also the Director of Discipleship and Training at Scarlet Hope. Continue reading →

In this episode, we hear from Rick Morton, an author and Vice President of Engagement at Lifeline Christian Services. Rick shepherds the ministry’s outreach to individual, church, and organizational ministry partners as well as the ministry’s commitment to publishing resources that aid families and churches in discipling orphans and vulnerable children.  We talk through the theology of adoption and the role of the church in orphan care around the world.  Continue reading →

In Episode 7, Johnston Moore, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Home Forever, speaks with us about the need for permanency for children in foster care, the role of family preservation, the issues in foster care and assisting children aging out of the system.

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