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The March for Life is Over…Now What? 

Top 5 Ways to Get Involved in the Pro-life Movement  By Brittany Smith An estimated 100,000 people participated in the 47th annual March for Life last week. Such numbers prove that pro-life support is alive and well across the nation.  But once all the signs are put away, and everyone leaves D.C., what happens next? […]

5 Ways To End Abortion Through Helping Adoptive Families

“It is beautiful, but hard.” This was the overture common to all three of the families I talked with last week. Each one had a very different story, but all three had adopted. Wayne and Bethany brought Ivy home from the hospital. Ivy’s birth mom specifically chose them to be the parents of her baby. […]

What’s Mother’s Day Really Like for a Kid Without a Mom?

I have no idea where my mom lives. How do you wish your mom a happy Mother’s Day when you have no idea where she lives? Why did she decide that chasing a fourth marriage was more important than me? For so many kids out there, the word “mother” can be a painful one. I […]

3 Practical Ways You Can Help Adoptive Parents

“Children are not a distraction from more important work. They are the most important work.” -C.S. Lewis At Save the Storks, we believe that adoption is an amazing opportunity for families to live out the gospel, and for parents and children to be jointly blessed. Maybe you’ve thought vaguely about the possibility of adopting in […]

What it Means to be Pro-life: Our Journey to Foster Care

Part of being pro-life is not only supporting mothers through their pregnancies, but caring for orphans and the children within the foster care system. I recently interviewed a dear friend who has been fostering for about 5 months. May you really hear her heart and “find your something.” Tell me about why you chose to […]

Five Ways to Empower Your Church to Adopt

“It is beautiful, but hard.” This was the overture common to all three of the families I talked with last week. Each one had a very different story, but all three had adopted. Wayne and Bethany brought Ivy home from the hospital. Ivy’s birth mom specifically chose them to be the parents of her baby. […]