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Ethics in Intercountry Adoption

Ethics play an important role in intercountry adoptions. Many of the children and families served through intercountry adoption are in particularly vulnerable situations and therefore are at an increased risk of abuse, neglect, exploitation, or mistreatment. Due to this increased vulnerability to the children and families served, all parties must be committed to providing ethical, child-centered services.

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Teaching Your Children the Truth About Easter

Along with Christmas, Easter is arguably the most important Christian holiday. During Christmas, we celebrate God’s provision shown through His one and only Son, Jesus Christ, …

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Healing Trauma in the Outdoors

As the weather begins warming up, families are sure to spend more time outdoors. There’s so much fun to be had while in nature—but did …

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Supporting Women Around the World

Whether it’s a mother, sister, friend, or mentor, we all know at least one woman who has impacted our lives for the better. Since the …

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Fostering a Giving Spirit During Lent

“Live a life filled with love, following the example of Christ. He loved us and offered himself as a sacrifice for us, a pleasing aroma …

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Showing Your Kids You Love Them

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we want to take some time to address the important topic of expressing healthy touch and affection to …

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Reflecting on His Goodness in 2022

As we enter a new year and reflect on 2022, we are reminded of God’s faithfulness and provision! We feel so blessed to see how …

Adoption Stories

The Best Gifts Ever

At AGCI, we are answering God’s call to provide the love and care that every child deserves. When it is not possible to safely reunify …

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Enjoying the Holidays When You’re Waiting

While Christmastime is full of joy and family fun, for parents who are waiting to bring their adopted kiddo home, the holidays can be a …