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How do adoptive parents know if they are up to the challenges of transracial adoption?
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It can be hard to know how to say the "right" thing when discussing adoption. Let this article begin to guide your think»
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Chapter 17 of Everything:What You Give and What You Gain to Become Like Jesus, by Mary DeMuth, is worth the price of the book. (I did receive my copy free as part of BookSneeze, Thomas Nelson’s blogging program, but, I’m telling you, this one is worth paying for.) The chapter, entitled “Become Irresistible,” is a call to resemble Jesus in such a way that others are drawn to him. DeMuth talks of the need for “a tender view of people,”»
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  This question comes from Caroline @UnderGod’sMightyHand Thanks so much for your eagerness to help other writers, Mary! I so appreciate that (and more) about you.I second the question above about getting started in magazines. I query and submit articles as well, but it seems many editors would like a personal connection before they review “new” writers’ articles. I’d also love to ask your opinion on forming me»
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Here’s a story that proves the adage, You Can’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover (or spine for that matter). So I ordered a book. It’s one I’d had on my Kindle, but loved it so much, I wanted in my hot little hands because she teaches how to make cheese, and I love cheese. Here’s a picture of the cover of the book I ordered. And here’s a picture of the  entire cover of the book I received:    I am not making this up! The cover is fr»
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Here’s a story that proves the adage, You Can’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover (or spine for that matter). So I ordered a book. It’s one I’d had on my Kindle, but loved it so much, I wanted in my hot little hands because she teaches how to make cheese, and I love cheese. Here’s a picture of the cover of the book I ordered. And here’s a picture of the  entire cover of the book I received:    I am not making this up! The cover is fr»
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Today’s post begins a series of posts on the concept of open adoption. Our experts at Buckner will address this topic from various perspectives and as it relates to the various types of adoptions we practice. Today’s perspective is open adoption as it relates to our Domestic Infant Adoption program. Most people are familiar with the concept of open adoption; it has become standard practice in many agencies, and at least optional at most other»
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Today begins a two-part blog post about positive adoption language.  The post below discusses a philosophy of adoption language, while the second post will discuss practical language and ways to discuss adoption. My parents always made me feel proud that I had joined our family though adoption.  They seemed to create an atmosphere in our home in which adoption was not only comfortable, but something that was openly discussed and even celebrated»
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By Jenny Pope Buckner International TREND: Fewer domestic infant adoptions nationwide. Most Americans favor adoption, according to recent National Survey on Family Growth and the National Foster Care Adoption Attitudes Survey (2008, 2009 and 2007). However, the traditional concept of adoption has changed. When people think about adopting a child, they typically think about babies. They rarely imagine older children, sibling groups or a child’s»