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Adoption Education

What does it mean to adopt a child who has HIV?

Many adoptive families are surprised to find that HIV is a very manageable medical condition. While HIV is a chronic illness that currently doesn’t have ...
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Adoption Education

9 Fundraising Ideas for Your Adoption!

AGCI has helped bring over 4,500 children home from 23 countries in the past 30+ years. Time and again, we have seen God provide children ...
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Adoption Education

3 Things I Wish My (White) Adoptive Parents Had Known

Bonita Croyle is a transracial adoptee who leverages her unique lived experiences to inspire racial equity. She was adopted into a Mennonite community in Pennsylvania ...
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Adoption Education

Is there a right reason to adopt?

The best adoptions are those that put the interest of the child first. Director of Families Are Forever, Trudy Landis, has over 30 years of ...
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Adoption Stories

The Little Things That Melt Our Hearts

We are honored to share this beautiful reflection by AGCI adoption mom, Vanessa Demeter. Sometimes life’s biggest joys are in the small things. We’re grateful ...
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Sponsorship

Intervening for Children Who Suffer Sexual Violence in Colombia

AGCI’s Vice President of International Programs, Kiersten Luginbill, shares updates from our partners in Bogota, Colombia. We know that children do best in a family ...
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Sponsorship

Reflecting on the Meaning of Coffee in Ethiopia

Coffee in Ethiopia is a twelve-hundred-year-old tradition, and when I had the privilege of experiencing the coffee ceremony at the home of someone with no ...
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Who We Are

God’s Light Leads The Way

This holiday season, our hearts are with the many adoptive families, who due to circumstances beyond their control, have had their adoptions delayed for months ...
Adoption Stories

Could Lucy be your daughter?

Lucy is a joy! She adapts easily and has made huge progress—she now is more assertive, calmer, and cheerful. She gets along well with others and enjoys ...