How is your church “caring for orphans” as the Bible calls us to do in James 1:27?
If each church in Georgia had just ONE foster family that took in ONE child, every one of our foster children would have a safe, loving home.
But providing for foster children goes beyond homes. A Christ-centered foster care ministry not only allows you to meet the Biblical mandate of caring for orphans but also provides a way to support foster families and involve your church and community in meeting the need.
Imagine your church, your people, changing your community through foster care. A foster care ministry provides many opportunities for local outreach. It gets people outside the four walls of church, allowing them to “go and care for” as Christ has called us to do. It’s a way for your people to love and serve hurting families, walking with them through these situations.