“Do you remember me? My husband, Ben, and I met you at Orientation a few months ago.” I peered closely at the face wrapped in a fur-lined cap. None of us look quite the same bundled up at the early morning, below freezing, co-op produce pickup. “Of course, Kendall !” I responded. With incredible pride… Continue readingTags: Blog
It’s true in those early days of building relationships with new kids. We can’t afford to miss the opportunity to build trust. Time outs are few and far between during that critical time of intentionally drawing them close. It’s true in those long sleepless nights when we’re armored up and praying for a struggling child…. Continue readingTags: Blog
I knew leaving our son at a residential care facility would be heart-breaking, but, I didn’t realize my heart would shatter over and over again every moment of his nine-month stay. My heart screamed with pain through hang-ups, refused calls, shouted curses, aborted visits, fights, silent family therapy sessions, cutting remarks, sobbed-out cries to return… Continue readingTags: Blog
Refresh is a Cristian conference designed for foster and adoptive parents, kinship providers, grandparents, and others who care for God’s orphaned and vulnerable children. Project 1.27 is sponsoring the Care for the Care Giver track designed especially with you in mind! Join Shelly Radic, Susan Wright, and Robert Gelinas at the conference. Low cost child care is also available…. Continue readingTags: Events
The Christian Alliance for Orphans’ Summit inspires and equips Christians to care for orphans with wisdom-guided love. During this conference, attendees will explore effective foster care, adoption, family preservation and global orphan ministry. Register Now!Tags: Events
Project 1.27 was recently featured in the Winter 2014 publication of Philanthropy Magazine! Visit Philanthropy Roundtable to read the full article. Note: We did not report that there were no children waiting to be adopted.Tags: News Project 1.27 in the News!
My greatest fear, the one that almost prevented us from becoming foster parents, was loving and losing a child. After 18 months as an adoptive placement, that fear moved from possibility to certainty when a relative stepped forward to care for our foster daughter. Devastated, I chose to trust God with her future, but afraid of further heartbreak, I chose to limit God’s options in mine. READ MORETags: Blog
Hear from Project 1.27 family, The Ransomes!Tags: Media News