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Your Top International Adoption Questions, Answered

So, you’re considering international adoption–but your list of questions seems to be longer than your list of answers. It seems like international adoption is full

Reflecting on His Goodness in 2022

As we enter a new year and reflect on 2022, we are reminded of God’s faithfulness and provision! We feel so blessed to see how

The Future of AGCI

We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Nate Dawson, Executive Vice President at All God’s Children International, to discuss the future of AGCI.

The World Needs What You Have to Offer

The point is that we need to grow into the roles we’re given throughout our lives. You’re not alone in questioning your direction from time

Choose Faith Despite Fear

Jesse Butterworth is a pastor, musician, and AGCI adoptive parent who lives in Kirkland, Washington. Our prayer is that Jesse’s words sink deeply into your

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

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

We’re Hague Accredited!

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

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

A Day In The Life

A typical school day looks a little different in Samre, Ethiopia compared to a school day for a child in the United States.  A Typical

Pray For AGCI Co-Founder, Jan Beazely

Thank you for your prayers and support for the Beazely family.

The Gift Of Spirit

“But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God, who were born, not