Thousands of Chinese children now find themselves in the homes of families across America. Come on an emotional and uplifting journey full of unexpected twists and turns alongside three families who have answered the quiet cry of China that says, find me.
Bringing Joshua Home tells the personal story of one family who successfully adopted a Russian child. Arthur and Hanna Rasco share the challenges, joys, and drama of adopting their baby boy from Moscow and introducing him into their family. If you've ever wondered what it is like to adopt internationally, this film gives an inside, real-life look into the process from start to finish.
Find Me is a profoundly moving documentary that tells the stories of three families who adopt children from China as well as the stories of those who loved these children first; The biological parents who feel they can’t keep their children and the orphanage nannies or foster-families who must say goodbye to the children they’ve raised for months…or years.
In the summer of 1974, 17-year old Anita Keagy discovered that she was pregnant by her boyfriend. Having grown up in a loving but strict Christian home, Anita feared the disgrace it would bring on her family and considered abortion.
With the hectic pace and energy involved with raising one's own children, the average couple rarely considers themselves potential foster parents. The Ferbers' Story is about one exceptional couple and their household of eleven, seven of whom came to them as foster kids (several with special needs) and are now adopted. In this inspirational and uplifting program, we see how one couple's love, commitment, and deep faith helped change the lives of seven needy children.
Today, there are over 160 million children worldwide who are without parents. In America there are as many as 144,000 boys and girls in foster care wanting to be adopted.
Reunion tells the amazing story of Kim and Duane Copple and their daughter, Sarah Ann Evans. Kim became pregnant as a teenager and chose to give Sarah Ann up for adoption. But 25 years later parents and child were reunited. Learn about their emotional journey and see how God brought two families together through adoption.
In 1963, Lee Ezell, a confused and frightened 18-year-old—the victim of a brutal rape—bravely chose to have her baby and give her up for adoption. In the years that followed, Lee's life changed dramatically, with God's help: she had a successful marriage, two beautiful adopted daughters, and became a popular inspirational writer, speaker, and radio personality—but she would always feel a piece missing from her heart.
This short video is intended to encourage parents who have already adopted children, to encourage those who are considering adoption and to speak to those people who are dealing with an unwanted pregnancy, so that they might consider the loving option of adoption.
The Drop Box tells the story of South Korean pastor Lee Jong-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect the most vulnerable members of society. It is a heart-wrenching exploration of the physical, emotional and financial toll associated with providing refuge to orphans that would otherwise be abandoned on the streets. But The Drop Box movie is also a story of hope—a reminder that every human life is sacred and worthy of love.
Years of bouncing from one foster care home to another have left Mason Jones (Patrick Davis) feeling unwanted and unloved. When the 17-year-old moves in with the Lewis family (Pete Freeland and Robin Lively), they seem just like all of his previous foster parents: middle aged, one child, and called by God to change his life. However, unlike the others, the Lewis family is determined to keep Mason around.
David’s comfortable world is turned upside down when his birthmother unexpectedly reaches out to him, longing to meet the 18-year-old son she’s only held once. With the encouragement of his adoptive parents, David embarks on a journey of discovery that leads to a staggering truth from his past. From executive producers Kirk Cameron and the Kendrick Brothers—creators of War Room and Fireproof—comes LIFEMARK, inspired by an incredible true story that celebrates the gift of life. PG-13