FaithBridge Foster Care is a Christ-centered,
tax-exempt corporation intent on changing the way America does
foster care. FaithBridge has
a strategy and
a model to mobilize, organize, equip and release local churches
and communities to solve our country's foster care crisis.
Together, we stand in the gap for foster children and families.
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FaithBridge calls for families to foster. Forsyth County children need loving homes.
Few families are fostering. More sought to aid growing need.
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Seasons of Foster Care
The Knightons: They desire to share their heavenly inheritance with foster children while on this earth.
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The Haines: Their experience with, wisdom and heart for fostering children in crisis is a gift to everyone around them.
The Marcianos: Some families are called to adopt, but the Marcianos are called to foster.
The Campbells: Serving children and families through foster care is not just a ministry, but a part of their everyday lives.
A volunteer shares how God has blessed her family with a legacy of fostering and adoption.
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Cindy Bare, a grandmother of six enjoys being an honorary grandparent to the foster children she transports.
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Paul and Angel Troutt felt the Lord calling them to foster. It was a long journey, but well worth the wait.
Bill and Angela Peterson started an international adoption process, but God led them to foster right where they were.
The generosity of five couples made a lasting impression on one foster family, proving foster care through the local church really works.
The Baker/Sheahan family have discovered that joy and reward of helping teenagers in foster care discover their self worth.
The McColloughs talk about what it's like to return to fostering after a short hiatus.
The Yeargans were called to foster after meeting a young girl who touched their hearts.
The Fredericksons have transformed the pain of loss into an understanding of God's plan.
The Gaithers manage our assessment home, a place for children waiting for a foster home or needing a short placement.
The Bottoms Family is now a happy family of five.
Naomi and Todd Holloman and their children Angela, Samuel and RJ are a new forever family.
Four Mt. Bethel UMC families join together to redefine "family" for a group of eight siblings.
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The Lotts make foster parenting look easy, but admit it's their faith that makes the difference.
The Freemans helps take care of the tiniest ones in need and in turn, changes hearts and changes lives.
The McKisson family united six foster siblings under one roof, demonstrating that God never gives you more than you can handle.
The solution to the foster care crisis is simple: the