The dilemma of a growing orphan population is one that is not widely discussed in the average church. On the contrary, it is little talked about. And therefore adoption as a way to end the orphan crisis is barely discussed either—even though adoption is the heart of the Gospel message.
Yet, over 160 million children in the world are without any parents. And America boasts the stunning figure of some144,000 boys and girls in foster care needing to be adopted.
Through some candid and inspiring interviews with adoptive families, Rescued – The Heart of Adoption and Caring for Orphans highlights the call to serve the fatherless, the hard-core realities of what it involves and the addresses the following questions:
Is God asking me personally to adopt? How can I know?
Do I have what it takes to adopt?
Will I love an adopted child the same as a biological child?
Read my full review of Rescued – The Heart of Adoption and Caring for Orphans in The Examiner. And also in Assist News Services.
Janey DeMeo M.A.
Copyright © September 2012