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 electricity and no gas stove, I was transported back in time.

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?

6-year-old Lucy is waiting in Colombia for her forever family! Lucy is a loving, happy girl and we know incredible things are possible for her …

Adoption Stories

Remember These Brothers?

A few months ago, we reached out to share Jayson (3) and Carter (1)’s story. These sweet brothers are waiting in Colombia–we need your prayers and …

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AGCI Is In The News!

International adoptions in limbo as borders stay closed, countries remain on lockdown AGCI’s President, Hollen Frazier, was interviewed on status of international adoption in the …

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We’re Hague Accredited!

We are so excited to share that AGCI has received the renewal of Hague accreditation from IAAME through 7/31/2024! This is no small feat—the accreditation process isn’t easy, but it’s …

Adoption Education

International Adoption & COVID-19

In spite of what you may have heard, international adoption is still happening! If adoption has been on your heart, this is a great time …

Adoption Stories

Yinny’s Story: A Waiting Child’s Journey

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Intervening For Children: Placing More Children In Families

Without someone to advocate and prepare the right family, children will continue to languish in institutions without hope. This vulnerable population is at even greater …