Bethany is currently seeking families for 400 children. They come from different countries, speak different languages, have different needs and different stories, yet they all have one thing in common...they long to be a part of a loving family! What can YOU do? Pray, support, or even adopt?
Although orphanages fill a real need, Bethany believes the best place for a child is in a loving family. Our consulting service will help your organization develop programs for family-based care, moving children from orphanages to familes, through programs like foster care.
At Bethany, our mission is to demonstrate the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by protecting and enhancing the lives of children and families through quality social services.
Recent Blog Posts
A Truly Christian Act
Written by Bill Blacquiere, President & CEO Each day, I am privileged to bear witness to the joy and satisfaction that flows from helping to create a healthy, thriving family. I am reminded of …Read More
Contributed by Dr. Rhonda Littleton, who serves as Minister of Children for First Baptist Church in Simpsonville, South Carolina, and leads A Home for Me foster/adoption ministry. Over the past ten …Read More
A God-Sized Dream . . . Welcome Home, Michael!
by Kelsey Golden, adoptive mother and strong advocate for vulnerable children waiting for their families. Two years ago, Dan and I didn’t know if we’d have children. But then I saw his …Read More
The Power of Community
Today’s blog is contributed by Dennis Feaster, PhD, LMSW. Dennis is an assistant professor at Hope College in the Sociology and Social Work department. People probably get tired of hearing me …Read More
A "Heart-Knit Home" for Michael ... One of These 400
We are thrilled to share with you one of our first placements from the These 400 Campaign! Little Michael has found his forever family with Dan and Kelsey Golden. Here, Kelsey holds her son …Read More
Change for Change: What One Boy Could Do
Luke is ten years old. He has two adopted sisters, Darvi and Jemila, and a brother, Caleb. His sisters were adopted from Ethiopia, and all four children have also become friends with other adopted …Read More
Family Identity: Transforming the Dream
Today’s guest post is contributed by Dr. Steven Timmermans, executive director of Christian Reformed Church of North America. Dr. Timmermans is the husband of Dr. Barb Timmermans, a father …Read More
A Big Hairy Audacious Goal: These 400!
When Bethany began the These 400 campaign early this year to focus on finding forever homes for children with difficult placement needs, little did we imagine God would bless our efforts and these …Read More