Sad situation there! There's been some adoption brew haha here in the U.S. too, particularly calling into question evangelicals. Hopefully some good corrective stuff for the Church to chew on, as well as a continue re-affirmation and calling to the Church. Here's a short summary from Piper, along with 10 statements he believes should be made in response: http://www.desiringgod.org/blog/posts/christian-adoption-disavowals-and-affirmationsJack Rose: on Making money out of abused and neglected children?
This sounds bad Krish...maybe private companies should invest in their LA's instead. But I guess there's no glory and no profit in that!
Our adopted daughter was with agency foster carers and you sometimes felt that there were problems with communication between the LA and the agency. Also that the agency had different ideas about fostering than the LA.
The fact our daughter was with agency FC's I feel did contribute to the speed of her placement with us and the shortness of the introductions! Which was good for us of course.
I think the agency fees are really squeezing LA's. Less money less children can be helped.
I've met Edward Timpson at an event and he seemed so passionate about A and F....shame he's not wanted to be part of HFG.
Thank you for tirelessly advocating for the vulnerable children in this country :-)Claire Charter: on Making money out of abused and neglected children?
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