In a recent prayer meeting with DHS Commissioner Candice Broce, it was brought to our attention that over 2000 children in Foster Care are sleeping in either hotel rooms or on social workers’ office floors because there is a shortage of Foster Care parents in our state.
Surely the church is the answer to this challenge. By being made aware of this pressing need, the church has the opportunity to be the Church. And these children, at this crisis point in their lives, can find hope in an unashamedly Christian Home. Think of the Kingdom impact this makes!
Please help share this great need with your congregation!
Support Foster Care Awareness Sunday
Sunday, May 7th
Easy as 1, 2, 3…
1) Register to participate – CLICK HERE
2) Receive amazing resources that will make this an easy addition to your Sunday.
▪ Special, non-partisan videos from our government officials sharing the need in our Foster Care system and how your church can be the answer.
▪ A bulletin insert and fact sheet on how believers can step up and solve the Foster Care crisis in our state.
▪ Additional resources aimed at supporting those in your church that God may be calling to step forward to welcome these children into their homes.
3) Reach your congregation with this information easily.
▪ Share the resources provided to you with your congregation during Sunday School or before/after Worship on Sunday, May 7th.
▪ Speak to the need for parents to step forward to address this crisis from your congregation.
▪ Commit your church to supporting those who choose to welcome these children into their homes.
▪ Partner with Frontline and consider inviting one of our speakers to bring a special message on this cause and the call for Biblical Citizenship.
It’s really that simple. You can choose to use just the bulletin insert or create an entire special day around helping children in Foster Care. Your church’s participation is needed and appreciated. Registration is important. Please pass this information on to your pastor so that your church can register today!
In His Grip,
Frontline Policy Council