What to Expect from the Home Study Process

  What is a home study and why do I need one? A home study is a written assessment that verifies whether a potential family is qualified to adopt or foster. It typically includes education/trainings, home visits with a home study provider, and gathering a variety of supporting documents (i.e., birth certificates, physicals, marriage certificate, […]

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Importance of Self-Care for Parents

  Adopting a child is full of both joys and challenges, and the challenges can take a toll on the mental and physical health of adoptive parents. Self-care is essential for adoptive parents to maintain your well-being and provide the best care for your children.   Why Self-Care is Important to Adoptive Parents Self-care is […]

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International Spotlight: ROC Taiwan

  Adopting a child is a life-changing decision that requires careful consideration and research. For families interested in intercountry adoption, the Taiwan adoption program offers a viable and ethical option. Although the exact inception date of the program is unclear, it was initially managed out of the SC office and later reopened in 2017 after […]

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Trusting God in Adoption

  Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying, “This is the way; walk in it.” Isaiah 30:21 The Lord has given us the tools and guidance to overcome hardships, anguish, or pain. We feel the Lord at our side during these times but […]

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Performance Quality Improvement 2023 Q2

Nightlight Christian Adoptions continues to grow and improve. Each quarter, we prepare a quarterly Performance Quality Improvement report. If you would like to see our improvement, please click the link below to our PQI Quarterly report. PQI Quarterly Report Q2 2023

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Am I Loving My Child Well?

    “How do I know if I am loving my child, because as a single, adoptive mama with no biological children, I need to know?” This question was asked of me on a particularly rough day (for her and me). All mothers, biological or adoptive, have days when we don’t much “like” our children. […]

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Embryo Adoption 101

  It is also a beautiful way for adoption-hearted families to bring a child or children into their home by providing them with an opportunity for life. Let's explore the basics of embryo adoption through the Snowflakes program: The general idea Embryo adoption involves the transfer of embryos donated by couples or individuals who have […]

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International Spotlight: Ecuador

  Nightlight Christian Adoptions is pleased to have been licensed to offer adoptions in Ecuador in October of 2021 and are currently accepting applications for families looking to adopt internationally. Most children available are going to be over the age of 6 and there are many sibling groups available. There are some younger children available, […]

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The Primal Wound Discovered

  My husband and I have been married for 7 years this July. He is my rock in uncertain times and always reminds me breathe, relax, and enjoy small moments when I find myself spiraling with worry about things I cannot control. He is cool, calm, and collected, and always offers a clear head to […]

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Book Review: It Takes More Than Love

  I was so excited when I heard Brittany Salmon share about her new book, It Takes More Than Love: A Christian Guide to Navigating the Complexities of Cross-Cultural Adoptions. As an adoptive parent and an adoption professional, this resource has been so needed. The author, Brittany, speaks from the hard-earned wisdom she has gained […]

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