Christians are three times more likely to become foster parents and adopt. As a faith leader you can help more families consider the call to stand in the gap with vulnerable children when you teach about the intersection between faith and being foster friendly. This sermon guide offer valuable resources to kickstart your teaching on this important topic.
Foster Friendly Resources
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Foster Family Assessment
Get to know the kinship and foster families already in your community and understand how they are doing.
Foster Parents’ Night Out
Host a parents night out with some tweaks to meet the special needs of kinship, foster and adoptive families.
Wrap is a tool that mobilizes local faith communities to care for adoptive and foster families with a robust array of support from meals and groceries to transportation and home maintenance.
A lot of people don’t realize that simple things are no longer simple when you’re fostering. Mowing the lawn means two hours with only my wife watching two high-need kids. I’d love to have access to a discount on getting my lawn mowed.