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Adoption and the City

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 18, 2009


Jason Kovacs writes:

When we think about seeking the “welfare of our city” there is much we can do. The needs are many. Amidst it all, the need of caring for the orphans of the city is great. In any given metropolis in America there are literally hundreds of children that have no family and no permanent home. Over half a million children in America are in foster care. Over 129,000 children are literal orphans with no permanent family.

Imagine if the church took seriously this call to “seek the welfare of the city” and made caring for every child in foster care and every child available for adoption a part of that mission. What if the church became more known for its care of the children than for its political stance against abortion.

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