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The Christian Adoption Alliance promotes and supports adoptions from a Christian perspective standing on Biblical definitions and Christian practices.
The following list of statements serve as the foundation for what and why we do what we do:
Although the Alliance is always evaluating and exploring ways to advance the blessings of adoption, equipping through education is at the heart of what we do. We are constantly looking at the best way to equip those who have an interest in advancing adoption as well as those involved in the adoption process.
Education is the foundation of the Alliance ministry work. Providing education that engages the church, pregnancy centers, and the Christian community to recognize and address the need of children within the United States and around the world that need forever families, forever homes.
Pregnancy centers, maternity homes, and the church are positioned to have the greatest impact on advancing life and the ministry of adoption. Providing training on how to have healthy adoption conversations that minister to both those facing an unplanned pregnancy and those struggling with infertility as they seek to answer God’s call to grow their families.
The Alliance is not an adoption agency. We believe in a 1 Cor. 12 model of ministry, knowing that it takes the whole body to do Kingdom work. The Alliance seeks to pull together adoption professionals who are aligned with standing on Biblical definitions and Christian practices so that pregnancy centers, maternity homes, the church, and the community can refer to resources they can trust.
Healthy Christian referrals are a significant part of what the Alliance does to advance the ministry of adoption. Prospective parents are referred to adoption professionals who stand in alignment with the Alliance on working within Biblical definitions and Christian practices.
Birth mothers and birth families have an opportunity to review Christian couples or families who have signed a statement of faith and made a commitment to raise their child(ren) in a Godly home with Christian values and practices.