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New video: explains the urgency not only of adoption and foster care but for churches to come alongside singles who feel called to adopt or foster.
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Tim Rehmer 20 Jan 19
Replying to @TGC @SamAllberry
Churches should support single persons who adopt but single parent adoptions are not the answer for the need. After 15 plus years of fostering and four adoptions I can clearly say the needs of these children would have been an overwhelming burden without my wife.
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Amy Liddell Jan 20
The way you’re referring to children as β€œan overwhelming burden” makes me uneasy. I know multiple single women who have been called to foster and adopt, and our church has a robust support group that has walked alongside them. Should they have left these kids in foster care?
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Matt 21 Jan 19
Replying to @TGC @SamAllberry
Single adoption is not a good idea.
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Jeremy Pemberton Jan 20
Tell that to Eli. He adopted Samuel
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π•„Γ³π•Ÿπ•šπ•”π•’ 𝕍Ñ𝕀𝕒𝕦𝕖𝕫 25 Jan 19
Replying to @TGC @SamAllberry
Really????? πŸ˜³πŸ˜§πŸ€­πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ Careful church of Christ! Give us discernment, Lord.
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🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Jan 18
Replying to @TGC @SamAllberry
This is a remarkable idea
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Gabriel Rodriguez Jan 19
Replying to @TGC @SamAllberry
Next they'll be encouraging the so-called SSA who say they are celibate to Foster or adopt.
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Brian Nystrom Jan 21
What do you mean by β€œthis”?
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Church Clothes Jan 19
Replying to @TGC @SamAllberry
While we definitely should support adoption and foster care, the church should even more support married couples adopting. If a single person wants a family, they should be encouraged to get married and adopt. Parenting is hard enough when there are two parents
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John Settatree Jan 20
Equally the need is massive.
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