The Christian Alliance for Orphans works to inspire, equip and connect Christians to care for the orphan.Invites all to join in a vision for God’s glory and the care of orphans that is larger than any one organization or project.
Sixteen years ago, the simple idea for an “Orphan Sunday” was born in a small church in Lusaka, Zambia. Since 2002, it has grown from a local observance within a few churches to a vision that impacts children’s lives across the globe — with local events taking place in 94 countries this year! What a […]
One of DC’s most respected think tanks, the American Enterprise Institute, hosted the forum, “Saving International Adoption, this past Friday. The number of international adoptions to the U.S. has plummeted over the past 14 years. Had adoptions remained steady at their 2004 numbers, well over 100,000 children would have found welcoming homes in the U.S. […]
This Sunday is Orphan Sunday and its foster-focused expression, Stand Sunday. What began in a humble church in Zambia will echo in more than 90 countries this year. The growing reach is amazing. But just as beautiful are the individual stories. It’s one teen in Kentucky…one pastor in Mexico…one mom in Minnesota…one dad in Uganda […]
CAFO’s board met this week in Dallas. It’s among the finest groups of leaders I’ve ever had the privilege to learn from and work with: gracious and wise, innovative and insightful, humble and Christ-hearted. Our three new additions this year – Dr. Albert Reyes, Aixa de Lopez and Dr. Jerry Haag – only add to […]