Are there 151 million orphans who are living without the love and protection of a family? Is it possible to care for orphans without orphanages? How can we support poor and vulnerable families to prevent children from being orphaned? How should Christians respond to corruption in international adoption?
In Defense of the Fatherless answers these critically important questions, challenging Christians to consider the truth about the global orphan crisis.
The book invites readers on a journey through the Bible to understand God’s heart for orphans and widows. Designed as a practical resource for Christian families and churches, the book empowers and inspires Christians to reform international adoption and orphan care. In Defense of the Fatherless casts a powerful vision for the end of the orphan crisis, inviting Christians to protect and provide for orphans and widows in response to God’s mercy.