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How a hurting teen and a hoping-to-be mom became no ordinary family

June 6, 2017

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Quentin Shaver felt abandoned by a broken family. When he met Meg Cook, her heart already had a place where he belonged.

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The Ultimate Aim of Your Adoption

From No Ordinary Father

Oct 8, 2018

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What if we don’t have to choose between our enjoyment and God’s glory? Pastor John Piper explores the idea that making ourselves happy in...

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Why it matters to know God as your Father

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In the summer of 2015, my wife and I boarded a plane for China to adopt a 5-year-old boy. We named him Joseph, and without missing a beat...

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“Thank you for giving me up for adoption": A conversation with Clayton King

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For National Adoption Awareness Month, Clayton King sat down for a wide-ranging conversation on Facebook Live about his identity as an ad...

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The difference in a new way to adopt

Jan 28, 2018

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Elizabeth Bordeaux didn’t know her burden to adopt would make her an adoption pioneer. Press play to hear how bold moves work.

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No Ordinary Acceptance

From No Ordinary Family

June 5, 2017

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Ask anyone who’s been adopted and they’ll tell you: Adoption changed their identity and their future. But what’s true for every adopted c...

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Is God calling us to adopt?

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It’s not that I did not want to adopt. We weren’t against adoption. We just never had a reason to entertain the thought.    Until one Mon...

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One thing the church could change in South Carolina

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I remember the first time my wife asked me, "Do you think we would ever be foster parents?" My answer at the time was 100 percent no! How...

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