Adoption article list

There are many important aspects to adoption, but there is nothing more important than praying for God’s guidance in the decisions ahead.

National Lutherans For Life had an educational retreat for the Board of Directors, State Federation Presidents, Regional Directors, and staff at Reiman Gardens in Ames, Iowa, on Friday, June 24, 2016.

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) offers hope for couples dealing with the pain of infertility. But ART sometimes fails.

Perhaps you have seen the clever “hashtags” such as #childofgod, #todayisgreat, and #herewegoagain.

"The Drop Box" movie is showing Wednesday and Thursday night across the country.

I have been involved as a peer advocate for a crisis pregnancy center in my town. I decided to volunteer for this because I too had a crisis pregnancy.

When a birth mother or family in the United States chooses adoption, our society respects, even applauds the selfless decision and action because we accept the decision in the context of what is best for the child. However, when this similar...

The opportunities to apply the life message are endless. For example, November is National Adoption Awareness Month.

In the summer edition of our Directions newsletters, Delores Desemone, chapter president of LFL of St. Charles County, Missouri, #337, wrote about the amazing work of God through a special adoption initiative they sponsored. Here is an excerpt...

One life-affirming option is to rescue those children already frozen (something parents should never do) through embryo (“snowflake”) donation and adoption. To those looking to adopt, embryo adoption offers an alternative to traditional adoption...

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