Virginia Shooter’s Tenure as a Foster Parent Points to Desperate Need for Loving Foster Homes
A few weeks ago, Congressman Steve Scalise, a friend and colleague from the state of Louisiana, was tragically shot alongside three others during an early morning baseball practice in Arlington, Virginia.
Can Churches Help Supply the Foster Homes L.A. County Needs?
At Holman United Methodist Church in South Los Angeles, Pastor Kelvin Sauls and the church’s congregants have for years positioned themselves to help young people in foster care. The help has come in many forms, including serving Thanksgiving dinners and furnishing an apartment for transition-age foster youth, said Pastor Sauls.
Faithful Ambition: National Networks Tap Congregations for Child Welfare Permanency, Preservation
When Chelsea Geyer heads to the front of a congregation to sell them on helping Washington, D.C.’s child welfare system, the 27-year-old co-founder of DC127 comes with a two-pronged sales pitch that meshes the Good Book with the modern city.