A Book

“Reframing Foster Care” by Jason Johnson

“ReFraming Foster Care is a collection of reflections on the foster parenting journey designed to help you do just that – find hope – and remind you that your work is worth it and you are not alone.”


Reframing Foster Care on Amazon




There's a podcast and YouTube videos plus a website with more videos. The couple who IS the Archibald Project are currently in the process of adopting a sibling group of three internationally. “The Archibald Project is using storytelling to spark and expand a movement      of people to care for orphaned and vulnerable children in creative and educated ways, in order to combat and end the global orphan crisis.”

http://www.thearchibaldproject.com/




Mike and Kristen Berry

“Confessions of an Adoptive Parent”

A web site
https://confessionsofanadoptiveparent.com/

Podcast links on their website

A link to a free ebook “The Weary Parent’s Guide to Escaping Exhaustion”.

Search their names at Amazon for multiple books

Follow Confessions of an Adoptive Parent on Facebook.  

A FEW RESOURCES FOR FOSTER AND ADOPTIVE FAMILIES

Multi Media

GOD'S HANDS 4 KIDS

Two Podcasts

There’s a new podcast each week on the subject of Orphans including foster care, adoption -  Interviews of leading professionals presenting on all areas of the subject of vulnerable children.   https://thinkorphan.com/




Next Month’s CONNECT Speaker.  EVERYONE WELCOME TO COME, NOVEMBER 8, 2018

Pastor Kyle, was a presenter at the Christian Alliance For Orphans 2018 Summit, as an adoptive dad with a story to tell and hope to offer.

You can watch that presentation at this
link

The Berrys are also the organization behind “Road Trip for Dad’s”.

“What is Road Trip? We can tell you what it's not. It's NOT a conference. It's NOT an event. In fact, it's the furthest thing from either. Road Trip is a conversation. It's an experience uniquely designed BY foster and adoptive dads FOR foster and adoptive dads, to help them connect to others on the journey, find hope, and the camaraderie they've been looking for.”

http://roadtripdads.com/