By Laura Roesler Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Month. Bringing our adopted three-year-old home from a Guatemalan orphanage took multiple steps and constant help from God. There were times it looked overwhelming, considering I was already homeschooling our three biological children and running a household. What helped tremendously in finalizing our daughter’s adoption was …Continue reading "My one-step adoption plan"
By Right to Life of Michigan The month of November ushers in the beginning of the holiday season. It is a time when the nation remembers the precious gift of family and celebrates the joy that comes with spending time together. It is therefore fitting that November is also National Adoption Month. Adoption is one …Continue reading "Myths about adoption that pro-abortionists use to attack pro-lifers"
By Right to Life UK A mother who adopted a child with Down’s syndrome has shared her inspiring story. The anonymous mother, who adopted Harry, shared her adoption story with the Metro, as part of their ‘Adoption Month’ news coverage. After struggles with infertility and a miscarriage, the mum decided she wanted to adopt, and …Continue reading "Mother who adopted baby with Down syndrome shares her inspiring story"
By Nancy Flanders According to AmericanAdoptions.com, about 40% of American adults have considered adopting a child, though many will never follow through. Myths and other challenges surrounding adoption often intimidate people, but knowing the truth and gaining understanding can open hearts and minds to witness the hope and love that adoption brings. Myth #1: Adoption is only …Continue reading "Debunking 7 of the most common myths about adoption"
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation During this National Adoption Month, it is a wonderful time to highlight the beauty and brilliance of adoption. A heartwarming story recently appeared in my mailbox. Sharon (her name has been changed to protect her privacy) had learned that her daughter was pregnant, and the baby …Continue reading "The selfless decision to place a child for adoption"
By Joleigh Little Bass Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Awareness Month. Joleigh is a member of the Wisconsin Right to Life staff serving as the Field Representative for Regions 5 & 6. Pictured here are her two daughters. This first ran in 2019. My adoption journey began thirty-three years ago with a tiny card …Continue reading "My Adoption Journey"
By Micaiah Bilger Editor’s note. November is Adoption Awareness Month. Today we continue with another of our new or reposted stories about this life-affirming option. Micaiah Bilger was Education Director for the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation when she wrote this story. Her sister is now 14! As I sit here at my desk and type, I …Continue reading "Simple Reminders about the Value of Adoption"
By Massachusetts Citizens Concerned for Life Editor’s note. November is National Adoption month, “a month set aside to raise awareness about the urgent need for adoptive families for children and youth in foster care.” All this month we will be posting new stories, such as the one that follows, and previously run posts that were …Continue reading "The double gift of adoption"
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Month. We will be publishing new stories, such as the following, and previously published posts that were particularly well received. I could see the pain in her eyes, every time she talked about her struggle with infertility. A sweet, caring, …Continue reading "Adoption: giving a sense of permanence to children whose lives have been unsettled"
By Ryan Scott Bomberger I’m completely biased. I’ll let you know that up front. It’s not an implicit bias; it’s an explicit bias. I wouldn’t be who I am without adoption. I may not even be alive today had my birthmom not chosen to be stronger than abortion. Though I was conceived in rape, I was adopted in …Continue reading "The pro-abortion left attacks adoption"
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Right to Life applauds today’s announcement that Indiana is the top state in the nation for the adoption of children from foster care. In fiscal year 2019, 2,489 Hoosier children were adopted through the Indiana Department of Child Services. Thanks to Indiana’s record-breaking year, today the Trump Administration is awarding Indiana $4.7 …Continue reading "Indiana leads the nation in children adopted from foster care under Holcomb administration initiatives"
By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. As I looked back (as I do each day) to what appeared one year ago in NRL News Today, this wonderful story about the life-altering possibilities of adoption jumped out at me. Thomas Rhett is best known for his chart-topping country songs, but with millions of followers on …Continue reading "Country Western singer Thomas Rhett shares lessons learned from the journey to adopting his daughter"