ERLC Podcast Episode

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Sharen Ford moderates a discussion between Dan Dumas, Chuck Johnson, Emily Chapman Richards, Becky Weichhand about adoption and foster care at the Evangelicals for Life 2018 Conference in Washington, D.C. 

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Sharen Ford

Dr. Sharen Ford is the program director for Focus on the Family’s adoption and orphan care efforts. In this role, she helps raise awareness of the need for adoptive families to provide loving and stable homes for the more than... Read More

Dan Dumas

Dan Dumas is the CEO and Founder of Red Buffalo and advocate for vulnerable children. He served as former Special Advisor for Foster Care and Adoption to the Governor of Kentucky.  Dan is interim teaching pastor at Crossing Church in... Read More

Chuck Johnson

Chuck serves as president and CEO of the National Council For Adoption.  He is responsible for all aspects of NCFA, including management as well as implementing the organization's mission.  He is an advocate for children, birth parents, and adoptive families,... Read More

Emily Chapman Richards

Emily Chapman Richards is the daughter of Grammy and Dove Award winning recording artist, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Mary Beth Chapman, New York Times bestselling author. She is proud to be a Nashville native, and she currently resides with her husband... Read More

Becky Weichhand

Becky Weichhand has a J.D. from Regent Law, and is a licensed attorney in Virginia. She is currently the Executive Director at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute.  Read More

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