Beginning of Life / Adoption
What is Open Adoption? The Origins of Open Adoption Experiences with Open Adoption ConclusionWhat is Open Adoption?Open adoption means that birthparents and adoptive parents have some...October 1st, 2004
...As God Wills: Understanding God's Plan for Childless Couples
Somewhere a young man longs to play for a professional football team. Another just hopes to see a live NFL game. Somewhere a young woman longs to be a star in the theaters of New York....October 1st, 2004
Adopted from China
The government of China wanted my baby dead. Was it because she was second born or because she was a girl? Because a political directive in China allows only one child per family, she...October 1st, 2004
Adoption: Bringing Children and Parents Together
Thinking about adoption for your child? Here are a few things to clarify how adoption works. First, you can decide whether you want an agency to help you with the adoption process,...October 1st, 2004
Adoption: A Pro-Life Response to Families in Need
In a classroom of six-year-olds, the teacher was discussing a picture of a family. One of the children featured had a different hair color than did the other family members. A little...October 1st, 2004
I'm Your Child
The following was written by Justin, a ten-year-old born in 1986 in Korea, who was adopted by Roger and Lynne Tews of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, when he was seven-months-old.To My Birth...October 1st, 2004
Lord, Why Have You Been So Good to Us? - The Gift of Adoption
Beginnings was contacted by a WELS couple who adopted a baby born to a woman who had come to one of the Christian Life Resources Pregnancy Counseling Centers. Please note that Christian...October 1st, 2004
What to Do With Baby?
Competent and sympathetic counselors understand that guiding an expectant mother to a God-pleasing decision is a complex job. Ther is always more to deal with in the heart of the soon-to-be...October 1st, 2004
When They Say... You Say: Every Child a Wanted Child [and Other Social Arguments]
This is part 3 of a five-part series, "When They Say... You Say"Argument 3: "Every child a wanted child," and other social argumentsIn the 1960s, we were told that there were too many...October 1st, 2004
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