Transition to Adulthood
As foster youth grow into adolescence, they must try to navigate their way to becoming independent.
The Bible commands us to look after the vulnerable children and teens suffering in our midst; it also requires thinking about their families who are in crisis.
Many churches are recognizing that foster children are the modern-day orphan and are developing Orphan Care Ministries to support them.
Bair has been a proud partner of the Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO),
and stands together with them to highlight kids in care on Stand Sunday, the second Sunday in November each year. We like to say that we celebrate Stand Sunday every day, because it is so important to that we equip and train foster parents to meet the needs of our most vulnerable children.
Congregations can celebrate and recognize our most vulnerable. Whether you are an individual, attend a small group, Bible study, or as an entire congregation, we would love to talk to you about the need in your area. Our representatives are always available to speak to your congregation or small group, provide posters, digital bulletins, videos or table at a ministry fair to answer any questions.
As believers, we have the ability to show God’s love by extending a hand and opening our homes to serve kids in foster care. By partnering with The Bair Foundation, we can expand our reach and together impact communities for Christ.
As active participants of The Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO) and Orphan Sunday /Stand Sunday initiative, we work tirelessly to recruit foster & adoptive families. There are so many waiting children (who have suffered unspeakable child abuse and neglect) that we have to turn away every day, because we simply don’t have enough homes.