Welcome Home, Rachel.
October 26th, 2018

Rachel Escosar talks about the joy of being adopted twice. “There has never been a time in my life when I was ashamed of being adopted. My parents secured my identity as their daughter, but primarily they first showed me to be secure in my identity as a child of God.” Adoption is one of [...]

Joshua Poe Cadano
Is Adoption Right for You?
October 26th, 2018

You may begin reading this article already knowing the answer to this question. Perhaps you have already decided that it is or isn’t for you. If you came to your conclusion quickly, I’d like to present you with an opportunity to set that aside and start afresh. If not, may this help confirm the choice [...]

Chrina Cuna-Henson
5 Tips for Starting Your Adoption Journey
October 26th, 2018

In the Philippines, roughly a mere hundred out of 2000 children are adopted per year, domestically. The sad reality of the orphan crisis is that hundreds of thousands of children grow up not knowing the love of a family. Why? Adoption is not easy. Families rarely consider adoption as an option. Adoption consists of decisions [...]

Chrina Cuna-HensonJoshua Poe Cadano
More Families, Less Orphans
August 26th, 2018

The abandonment of children is a long-standing reality that has greatly affected our nation’s own history, culture, and welfare. The Philippine Statistics Authority reports that children are the third poorest basic sector in the Philippines. UNICEF estimates that there are 1.8 million orphaned and abandoned children in the country. Globally, every 18 seconds, a child [...]

Jasmine Buen
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