Global Orphan Care

Adoption Is Greater Than The Universe : By John Piper

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John Piper talks about theological adoption and why we should adopt children.

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10 Ways Every Christian Can Care For The Orphan

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Click on Ten Ways Poster to view the poster/article. 130 Million orphans.  Yes, it’s a BIG number.  And it can be difficult to know how one person can make a dent in a reality so daunting.  However, one Christian — every Christian — can make a difference.  There are many things you can do on […]

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Silent Tears: A Journey Of Hope In A Chinese Orphanage

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Irrepressible memories. Vacant eyes. A child being dangled from a third story window. A boy tied to a chair. Children sleeping in layers of clothing to fight off the bitter cold. An infant dying from starvation. Some things your mind will never allow you to forget. Silent Tears is the true story of the adversity […]

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The Strength Of Mercy : By Jan Beazely

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In a world where suffering and injustice abound, we yearn for evidence that God has not forgotten His children, that He knows each one by name. We, long, too, to know that God guides and directs our lives, that He desires to use each of us in His plan to bring light to the nations. […]

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Three Names Of Me : By Mary Cummings

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A gentle, sensitive story of international adoption for grades 2-5. It is told through the eyes of a Chinese-American girl. Ada Lorane Bennett explains how she came to have several names–the first was from her birth mother and is buried deep in her heart, another she received at the orphanage, and the third came from her […]

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When Helping Hurts : By Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert

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“We live at a time when it has become popular to be an activist for the poor. But before we all run over to Africa to “do something,” this book is a must read! The impact of good but uninformed intentions leads to unintended consequences that can be damaging to everyone involved. This book will […]

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Too Small To Ignore : by Wess Stafford

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“The time has come, argues Dr. Wess Stafford, for a major paradigm shift: Children are too important and too intensely loved by God to be left behind or left to chance. Children belong to all of us and we are compelled to intervene on their behalf. We must invest in children–all across the world. There […]

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Revolution in World Missions : By K.P. Yohannan

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This book…reveals one of God’s master plans to reach the world before the end of time. With absolute confidence we know we can endorse the integrity of its author, a man of God, and we are thrilled with the work of Gospel for Asia. You can read knowing that those evangelists traveling into the unreached […]

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Let The Nations Be Glad (Why we serve globally) : By John Piper

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“My passion is to see people, churches, mission agencies, and social ministries become God-centered, Christ-exalting, Spirit-powered, soul-satisfied, Bible-saturated, missions-mobilizing, soul-winning, and justice-pursuing. The supremacy of God in all things for the joy of all peoples through Jesus Christ is the central, driving, all-unifying commitment of my life. This vision is as clear and firm in […]

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The Hole In Our Gospel : By Richard Stearns

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Stearns, the CEO of World Vision, says Christians have a huge hole in their lives, an emptiness that comes from ignoring the plight of the poor. He details his own quest to fill this hole by leaving Lenox Inc., where he was CEO, to run a not-for-profit that helps feed, clothe, and educate children worldwide. […]

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