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Three Questions That Can Transform Your Single Parent Family


  1. Do you believe that there is a God?
  2. Are you willing to apply the principles of God’s Word to your life?
  3. Will you pray for the Spirit of God to strengthen you and your children?

Family is and always has been important to God. You and your children are a family. You and your children are a family that is important to God. Yes, you and your family! In Luke 12:7 it says “Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered.” Yes God really does know you and your children. He knows what has happened to you and your family, what is happening and what will happen. He cares for you and each of your children. He just want you to come to Him and apply His principles in your lives. Go to Him right now and ask Him to strengthen you and your children.


Today is National Adoption Day

November is National Adoption Month. 
November 17th is National Adoption Day.

Adoption is all about celebrating a Family for Every Child.
Every child needs a family.
Every child should have a family.
A family to call their own.
A family that loves them.
A family for them to love.
A family to be a valuable part of.
Yes, adoption is all about celebrating a family for every child!
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Adoption – Single Parent by Choice

Other ways to become a single parent

  • Adoption
  • Artificial insemination
  • In vitro fertilization

Let the word out as soon as the child comes into your life.

Your old friends will treat you differently.  Some will even leave you.

Love is where you are coming from.  Don’t let your new child down.

Find others in your similar situation.  Ask your church.

People who adopt are loving people.

Your road will be tough, complicated, purposeful and rewarding.

Hopefully your parents are involved in your decision so they can provide stability and help to you.

At the right time, in the right situation you will have to discuss with your adopted child your story of how you became their parent.  Always keep your child’s best interest in mind.

Your child will want to know their history, how they came to be where they are with you.

Always be honest with your child.

At some point in time your adopted child probably will want to know who their biological parents are.  This is that bridge you must pass over.  Handle it lovingly, both for your child and your self.

“We look at adoption as a very sacred exchange. It was not done lightly on either side. I would dedicate my life to this child.”

                                                                              Jamie Lee Curtis – Adoptive Mother

“However motherhood comes to you, it’s a miracle”.

                                           Valerie Harper – Adoptive Parent




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