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Successful Adoption: A Guide for Christian Families

Successful Adoption A Guide for Christian Families Successful Adoption brings a practical and spiritual view of adoption Topics include types of adoption where to begin necessary paperwork finances required and how to raise them listing of reputab

  • Title: Successful Adoption: A Guide for Christian Families
  • Author: Natalie Nichols Gillespie
  • ISBN: 9781591454120
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Successful Adoption brings a practical and spiritual view of adoption Topics include types of adoption, where to begin, necessary paperwork, finances required and how to raise them, listing of reputable adoption agencies, building strong bonds with an adopted child, when and how to tell a child she is adopted The long term affects of adoption, God s blessing throughSuccessful Adoption brings a practical and spiritual view of adoption Topics include types of adoption, where to begin, necessary paperwork, finances required and how to raise them, listing of reputable adoption agencies, building strong bonds with an adopted child, when and how to tell a child she is adopted The long term affects of adoption, God s blessing through adoption Book includes practical checklists, timelines, real life stories, sample documents, phone numbers and web addresses Successful Adoption also includes real life stories from families who have adopted, including Steven and Mary Beth Chapman, Rita Springer, Dave Thomas, Karen Kingsbury and Donna Van Liere.

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    478 Comments

    1. I thought this was an excellent book - informative, practical, realistic, well-written, personal. I'm glad the library was willing to purchase it so we could read it!


    2. This book is filled with detailed information about adopting a child. The author adopted a child herself, and she used her experience in this book. The author also used examples from several parents/families who also adopted. The author lists several resources for going through the process and how to afford it. I feel that I have gained a lot of knowledge between domestic and international adoption and what steps have to be taken for either type. I would recommend this book to anyone who is thin [...]


    3. For a "nuts and bolts" book about adoption, this book should have an index for searching topics. The book is well organized, but the same topics appear in various locations and it would be easier to use as a reference.I would recommend this as a starter book for people considering adoption. Once you've made up your mind to adopt, I'd hope you would already know a lot of what is in this book.


    4. This book is a good balance between the biblical call to care for orphans and the practical aspects of domestic and international adoption. It is really helpful for those who are considering adoption, as well as those who want to learn more about this topic. I haven't finished the book, but the final section is about adoption as a ministry -- ways you can help financially and through service.


    5. Lots of good info and heartwarming stories, but I did have a few quibbles.Africa is repeatedly referred to as a "country" throughout this book. I did not appreciate the predominate attitude that the "perfect" child is out there, somewhere.


    6. This book was published in the U.S.A. so it talks about their systems and rules and agencies as opposed to those in Canada. It also largely talks about international adoption and much less about domestic adoption. It was helpful though and I liked it's perspective.


    7. Fantastic book for anyone looking into adoption or getting ready to adopt. All the info you need to know.


    8. Phil and I have been given the spark of beginning an Adoption ministry one day. I'm looking to read this book and become educated on the realm of Adoption to better serve those seeking to adopt.



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