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Davion Navar Henry Only was born while his mother was in prison. The 15-year-old has been in foster care his entire life. In June, he learned that his mother had a criminal background including drugs and theft, and that she had died just a few weeks earlier.
In its 10 years of existence, the orphan care ministry Show Hope has helped provide more than 4,000 waiting orphans in 50+ countries around the world with families through financial grants. ReligionToday.com speaks with executive director Scott Hasenbalg and founder Steven Curtis Chapman about adoption and the impact of Show Hope's ministry.
After Russian president Vladimir Putin banned all in-progress adoptions of Russian children by American parents on Dec. 28, 2012, about 700 Russian children are caught in an international spat between world powers, leaving emotionally and financially invested parents in limbo. After six months, some of these almost-parents are acknowledging that they've lost their children.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a bill that would have made his state the seventh in the nation to prohibit judges from considering sharia, or Islamic law, and other "foreign laws" in their decisions.
What should a mother do when she is pregnant and unmarried? Choose life -- and, if she decides on adoption, she will also be giving that new life to those who may have been praying for just such a precious gift.
Former vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, who made a bid for the White House as the running mate of Republican nominee Mitt Romney last year, revealed this week that he now believes homosexuals should be able to adopt children.
In the wake of Russia’s new law banning U.S. adoptions, parents who have poured years of time and thousands of dollars into the adoption process now wait with bated breath to learn whether they can bring their children home.