I’m excited for meaningful conversations with people doing amazing things about the interconnectedness of kingdom-building relationships and work around the world.
I’m excited about conversations about how we all can collaborate to alleviate the orphan crisis in real ways.
I’m excited for conversations about how orphan care is both simple and complex. How it involves relationships just like those in our own homes and neighborhoods. About how when we do it well, it’s messy and long-term. How it is both beautiful and broken. How it will have incredible success and heartbreaking failures. How we can learn and have learned from all of it. Continue reading →
Excellent orphan care community – is that a paradox? Over the past few posts, we’ve examined some of the realities in the orphan crisis facing us today, problems inherent in institutional orphanages, and the needs…
Last week, we began addressing some of the issues inherent in institutional orphanages around the world in preparation of our conversation of what a best practice framework for orphan care communities looks like.
Over the past couple weeks on this blog, we have looked at the tragic consequences of fatherlessness and in our society. The documentary, Stuck, which currently is touring select US theaters, also is highlighting many…