Brook is Amy’s third child. All three were born out-of-wedlock, fathered by three different men. Amy is a very troubled woman. On the plus side, all three have been adopted by loving Christian families and for all her problems, Amy did not abort her children. Thanks be to God.
As you gather with friends and family to feast, let us first stop and offer our thanksgiving to the Lord for what He has done this year through the workings of His Church.
By Mikhail Bell (@Bellsworld) Regent University’s Center for Global Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law, has raised the profile of human trafficking and child protection, such adoption, issues within Christian and secular circles. On January 11-12, the Center hosted its latest engagement of modern social issues with the second annual Seeking Justice of […]
“All of the body of Christ is called to care for widows and orphans in their distress,” said Russell Moore during his December 4th talk about adoption at the Family Research Council. Moore, Dean of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary’s School of Theology, and author of Adopted for Life: The Priority of Adoption for Christian Families […]
By Matt Hamilton Influential televangelist of the 700 Club, Pat Robertson, set off a firestorm of criticism last week when he made some controversial statements during an interview on the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). What was being discussed at the time was a single woman who had three adopted children of overseas origins, and who […]