Adoption

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Midday Roundup: Obama tells UN to mean what it says

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Powerful message? President Barack Obama addressed the UN General Assembly this morning in a 50-minute speech that touched on recent attacks in Kenya,

Sharing the gospel from the very beginning

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Embryo adoption | Paul and Susan Lim’s embryo adoption tells the story of God’s ultimate love and mercy

Great risk, great reward

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Embryo adoption | Paul and Susan Lim give life to an abandoned embryo, even though the pregnancy could cost Susan her eyesight

Veronica’s case finally settled

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Courts | The Supreme Court of South Carolina ruled Wednesday that an American-Indian child at the center of a custody suit that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme…

Compounded anguish

By Les Sillars
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Supreme Court | The high court overturns a ruling that sent a part-Cherokee child from adoptive parents back to her biological father

Veronica’s tears

By Les Sillars
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Supreme Court | Should ‘best interest’ or the Indian Child Welfare Act determine the custody of a toddler who is 3/256 parts Cherokee?

China clamps down on families who rescue abandoned babies

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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China | China has banned groups and individuals from privately adopting abandoned infants, making it much harder for babies without families to find good homes. The…

Crowdsourcing adoptions

By Angela Lu
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Adoption | One of the latest social media tools is a website that helps couples adopt their children

Baby rescued from sewer pipe fell by accident, mother says

By Sarah Padbury
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International | The Chinese woman who raised the alarm about a newborn stuck in an apartment sewer pipe confessed to police on Wednesday she was the mother, according to the…

Womb to grow

By Mary Jackson
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Lifestyle | The thriving practice of embryo adoption is saving little lives from destruction

Derailing the international orphan train

Derailing the international orphan train

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Adoption | It was a beautiful story, illustrated with photos of African babies firmly folded into white, homeschooling families. Delivered from war-torn, poverty-cursed…

Native adoption trend takes hold in Eastern Europe

By Alaina Gillogly
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Adoption | Every year since 1990, thousands of American families have adopted children from overseas—22,700 annually at the peak in 2005, according to State Department…

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