Grandparents claim bragging rights for adopted children from overseas

Grandparents to international adoptees are encouraged to treat their natural and their adopted grandchildren equally.

How can our adopted child’s heritage be celebrated?

Studies show that children who learn about their heritage have higher self-esteem and a positive self-image and become emotionally healthier adults, said Karin Price, director of Dillon International’s adoption education center.

Transracial adoption more than a hot Hollywood trend

Transracial adoption is hotly debated among sociologists and some theologians, but many Baptist families love their “belly-button” children and their “heartstring” children equally.

Conscience clauses not just about abortion anymore

Medical technology has surged forward in recent years, leading to many life-saving and life-giving procedures. At the same time, legal and ethical remedies haven’t kept pace.

Soul-searching evangelicals look toward nonpolitical future

Os Guinness, senior fellow of the EastWest Institute in New York and author of The Case for Civility, was among speakers at a conference at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary on “renewing the evangelical mission.”
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