May 19, 2017

Carly & Selena Are Waiting!

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Sisters Carly (13) and Selena (11) are deeply connected and dream of growing up within a family together as sisters! Carly and Selena are both sweet, respectful girls who get along… Read more »

May 1, 2015

Hello from Colombia!

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Soojin Park, our Colombia Program Director has been traveling in country and shares this update. Just wanted to share my excitement about our Colombia program! Colombia is a mix of Bulgaria… Read more »

April 7, 2015

A Day of Play in Longyan

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A quick coffee and breakfast fueled us for another day to meet with more than 40 children cared for in Longyan foster homes.  We were able to meet many of the… Read more »

April 2, 2015

Meeting the Children at Xiamen

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What an amazing day!  We are so blessed to have a one to one partnership with Xiamen.  The director and entire staff care deeply for the children.  Our team got… Read more »

March 31, 2015

This Week in China

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After airline challenges and delays, our team has arrived in China. While AGCI President Hollen Frazier participates in a training event for orphanage directors, the rest of our group had… Read more »

March 19, 2015

How Did We End Up Here?

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Sometimes you’re standing in a photo shop in downtown Burgas, Bulgaria. You’re listening to your translator, the nanny from the orphanage and the photographer all simultaneously talking loudly trying to… Read more »

February 10, 2015

International Adoption 101

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We are happy to debut the first in a series of new video podcasts from our Inquiry department, called AGCI Connections.  This episode covers International Adoption 101, providing a basic… Read more »

December 27, 2014

Forever Family: The Kreiders

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In this week where we celebrate the arrival of God’s Son, and the long journey and challenges Mary and Joseph experienced, it seems fitting to share the story of Rachel… Read more »

December 19, 2014

Forever Family: Amazing Lybbi

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Lybbi was born with a severe heart disease. At 2 months old she was abandoned in front of a hospital in Xiamen, China. Her fragile condition required constant care, leaving… Read more »