Jenny was scared of the dark…

When siblings enter foster care, sometimes they end up in the same home and sometimes they are placed in separate homes. One FaithBridge family was able to welcome four siblings so one…

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FaithBridge Core Values: {relational}

A mountainside in Israel. Photo by Heather. Jesus created relationships among His disciples and followers. At FaithBridge, being relational drives us to create connections among all the parties in the foster care system: county and…

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The Challenging Choices in Fostering

The choice to foster is not a flippant one. The paperwork. The training. The visits to your home by caseworkers. People who choose to foster have thought about the implications, done their…

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There’s a story in the numbers…

Some of us are BFFs (best friends forever) with data. Information. Statistics. Numbers. Facts. Figures. We get along great and spend most of our days together. Our worlds are intertwined like middle…

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Mr. Jim

Foster children have to grow up too quickly sometimes. They see the harsh realities of sin in our world and live in the broken families that come from it. One 3-year-old boy…

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The FaithBridge team is growing!

Might you be the next talented person to join the FaithBridge team? We’re pretty excited about everyone who starts working here and have been known to use confetti to express our enthusiasm.…

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Sometimes, they minister to us…

A foster family with a teenage daughter named Marianne welcomed three little ones into their home. Siblings. Foster children from a tough, struggling neighborhood. They were only in care for a few…

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Anna’s Story

Anna Crumbliss, FaithBridge foster family consultant, can relate to children and families with whom she works in a specifically personal way. She understands families who choose to care for and raise children…

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Remember My Story

Imagine for a moment if someone knocked on the door of your house after work. This someone was a stranger and told you to come with him. You had no choice but…

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Competent Compassion

Photo taken by Heather Werle in Jerusalem, Israel (2007).   There’s a story in Matthew about a brief encounter that Jesus has with two blind men. And it happened because Jesus was interrupted.…

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