Have you been called on by the Lord to adopt a baby? When you’re at the very beginning stages of answering His call to adopt, you will need to research adoption professionals. Part of researching adoption professionals includes asking them questions over the phone and looking at their reviews online. While you’re online, you’ll want to find out what kind of adoption situations they have. By learning about what their birth mothers are looking for, you can determine if their adoption program is a good fit for you.
Today, we’re sharing info on just three of the many available adoption situations which Lifetime Christian Adoption is currently working with:
We’re searching for a couple to adopt a Hispanic baby due in September. The birth mother is interested in placing her baby with a loving and caring Christian couple who is financially stable enough to be able to provide the child with everything her baby will need. She’s currently in high school and has goals of becoming a teacher after she finishes school. She said that her parents have kicked her out of the house so she might need help with pregnancy-related expenses like food or maternity clothes.
Lifetime is also looking for adoptive parents for an African American/Caucasian baby due next month. The birth mother would like to place her child with a loving married Christian couple. She said that she is looking for a couple who has turned to adoption after infertility. She’s hoping for a couple who are well-educated and financially stable. A couple who share some of her baby’s ethnicity would be great. She may need help with pregnancy-related expenses, like medical bills. This birth mom is looking for an open adoption that includes letters, photos, and the possibility of visits in the future.
And, we’re currently assisting a birth mother who is expecting a Caucasian baby girl in July. She’s interested in placing her baby with a family who is of the Christian faith. She wants the family to provide her daughter with a fun, stable life and to be financially secure. After placement, the amount of contact she desires is letters and pictures with the option of a visit annually. There has been some cigarette use, but no other substances stated. She has medical insurance and has been receiving regular prenatal care.