Ransom Money – A Look at a Church Adoption Fund

One of the ways that J and I are interested in funding the adoption process is by obtaining an interest-free loan or grant from Lifesong for Orphans. We haven’t yet heard whether we have been accepted or not, but we are praying that is the case.

In the meantime, our church takes part in an adoption fund with Lifesong, and so, it is always interesting to read stories about the impact that such church funds can have on the lives of adoptive families. To give you an idea of what that can look like, the following article gives details about the His Kids-Our Homes adoption fund.

“The blessings go way beyond any financial support because the family is just knowing that the church cares.”

Dave Blaske, His Kids-Our Homes Adoption Fund Director


 

Listen in as His Kids-Our Homes Adoption Fund share about their partnership with Lifesong for Orphans…

It has been exciting for us as a ministry to have a front-row view in what God is doing through our 210 active and intentional Church Fund Partners.  In the past six months alone, we have seen the generosity of these churches provide over $627,650 to 193 adoptive families in the form of grants and loans.

The refreshing joy of serving families, blessing orphans, and ultimately glorifying God is at the core of each church fund that we partner with.  We celebrate the work that God is doing through each of them as He places the lonely into families (Psalm 68:6). 


For more stories about how a church fund can bless adoptive families, we invite you to watch the Quine & Stewart family adoption videos.

To learn more about Lifesong Church Funds, please visit our website or contact Rich Metcalfe (309.747.4528, rich@lifesongfororphans.org)

 
“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works.” Hebrews 10:24  
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