Be a Lifeline

If you’ve ever considered foster care or adoption, you don’t have to let COVID19 stop you.  Now, more than ever, loving homes are needed for foster kids, and with our activities being limited, it would be a great time to bond with a foster child.  Foster agencies are guiding prospective foster parents through the process with online communication.  Brook and Jerry Shands welcomed Bre into their home after she spent over three years in in foster care in ten different homes.  Bre has now been adopted by the couple.  Or prayerfully consider a child who has aged out of foster care and may have no place to go but the streets.  You could be their lifeline.  Check with your state.  For example, there’s no cost to adopt from Alabama’s foster care system.

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