Archive 2015 July

COF Update

As we pass ourĀ our 2-year anniversary in July, thru June, 2015, we have given $150,000 in grants to 30 families, spread across the US, who are in the process, or have now completed, adoption of a combined total of 50 children from Ukraine, Bulgaria, China, India, Ghana, Uganda, Armenia, and the United States,…

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Orta family update (2015 adoption, Georgia)

Hi Brock! Raymundo and I just got back from our first trip to Armenia to meet Evan. It was a life changing experience for us. Evan is wonderful and amazing and we feel really blessed that God has placed him in our lives. I cried the moment I met him and I cried…

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Vargas family update (2014 adoption, Pennsylvania)

Thank you so much for being such a huge part in bringing our children home! Our six year old daughter, Anaiya, has Spina Bifida will be having surgery soon for her club feet. She already tries to climb and walk with her feet as they are so it will be incredible to see…

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Thoennes family (2014 adoption, California)

With the generous help of the Christian Orphan Fund we were able to recently complete our 4th adoption and bring our son Isaac home from China.We are deeply grateful for the Kingdom vision of those who give to enable orphan care around the world to happen.

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Camorlinga family (2014 adoption, California)

  “When we were faced with funding two international adoptions in one year we could only trust that it would be accomplished through the providence of God. We had heard about the Christian Orphan Fund from another couple who had adopted and we were encouraged to apply. The Christian Orphan Fund was a…

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Price family (2015 adoption, Arkansas)

My husband and I had complications that kept us from having another child and we felt called to adopt after hearing a sermon series on Galatians that included discussion on us being adopted by God into His family. We reached out to Christian Orphan Fund as the financial burden of adoption is challenging….

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