Church Spotlight: Tri-Cities Church

They saw a need, a Biblical mandate, and seized the opportunity. For Tri-Cities Church in East Point, starting a foster care ministry was just a natural outcome of their obedience to God’s calling. “Although there are many ways to care for children, I believe God specifically gave me a burden for foster care as a ministry for my family and as a ministry for our church,” said Wesley Bolden, Tri-Cities’ pastor. “Several other families in our church were interested in foster care, which also confirmed our decision to begin a ministry. “We also knew there was another need - a…

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The Real Truth about Fostering

When Jason and Mandie Summers decided to become foster parents, their biggest hesitations came from the “cautions” of other people. They had three biological children and had been told, among other things,…

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Meet Xavier*

He’s been in foster care for 840 days - half of his little life. For Xavier*, any memories of home with his biological parents are brief and sad. He came into care…

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Church Spotlight: Relevant Church

Starting a new foster care ministry may seem overwhelming. But churches don’t have to go it alone. Just ask Relevant Church in Locust Grove. They’ve partnered with another church less than 10…

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Learning Christ’s Love

They’ve been fostering for less than two years, but already can’t imagine a different life. For Jennifer and Shanon Pruitt, fostering has been a blessing for their entire family. “We decided to…

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Meet Isabella*

She’s not even a teen yet, but Isabella knows what she wants to be when she grows up - a pediatrician or a pediatric surgeon. Her foster parents and FaithBridge foster care…

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Meet Aubrey and Allie*

Home didn’t always mean a safe, loving place for these two little girls. As an infant, Allie ended up in the emergency room with seizures and was diagnosed with a severe traumatic…

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Together Georgia Day

Every year FaithBridge participates in Together Georgia day at the State Capital. Sponsored by Together Georgia (formerly the Georgia Association of Homes and Services for Children) the event brings members organizations together…

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Meet Shana, Home Study Manager

For years, Shana Eller and her husband heard about foster care but never thought the time was right. Then, one Sunday, their pastor talked about the number of children in their county…

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