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3 Keys to Caring for Vulnerable Children

Consistent care for vulnerable children, women, and families ought to characterize a church’s heartbeat all year long.

By Chelsea Sobolik

November is National Adoption Month, a time when the nation collectively focuses its attention on ways to care for vulnerable children, domestically and abroad. This topic is dear to my heart for several reasons.

I was adopted from Romania as an infant and have five adopted siblings who were also adopted internationally. My husband and I are currently in our own international adoption process, taking steps to bring a little boy home from India. I’ve worked on child welfare policy in some capacity for a decade. Previously I worked on Capitol Hill, where my boss authored many pieces of legislation to protect the pre-born.

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