VIDEO: Why adoptive parents sometimes feel alone

By Thomas Willis
Mar 7, 2014

Kelly Rosati, vice president of Community Outreach at Focus on the Family, joins Russell D. Moore, ERLC, to explain why parents with adopted children sometimes feel like they’re outsiders. (This is the second video in a two-part series)

A church has to be ready to help an adoptive family through the unique challenges they may face.

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1 On Mar 7, 2014, at 1:26pm, Richard Green wrote:

Isolation is the ‘key’ word. Our mentally ill child had to be adjudicated to receive the mental health counseling he needed. Society and churches alike are lagging in support.

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