Dignity And Worth by April Swiger
Does foster adoption seem complicated and confusing to you? Are you overwhelmed by birth parent visits, the revolving door of case workers, special needs, and the sensitive issue of race relations and transracial adoption?
These are aspects of the foster adoption process that are often daunting and easily misunderstood. This book will change the way you look at adopting from foster care.
Adoption through foster care isn’t for everyone, but every church and every believer has an obligation to care for the fatherless (James 1:27). Of all groups in our society, Christians ought to be the most faithful to fight for these children.
April shares her family’s compelling story of being placed with their oldest son, with only four hours notice to prepare, and their youngest son who was born very premature. Her book magnifies the dignity and worth of every person, while breaking down common misconceptions in the foster adoption world.