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Purpose

To offer a Jewish forum to those touched by adoption that will include adoption education, fellowship, support, resources, and prayer, and to provide a safe place for anyone to share adoption experiences in an loving environment.

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Find hopeful Christian adoptive parents

Brent & LauraADOPTION is a beautiful word in our family! To us, it means LOVE, FAMILY, GIFT and ADMIRATION! We are so excited to build our family by adopting again! We look forward to learning more about you and sharing our experiences with adoption and parenting.
Steven & JohnHello and thanks for viewing our profile. We're Steve and John, and we live in New York City. We have been together for almost ten years and are very ready to start a family. We would love to tell you more about us so please continue reading!
Brad & JessicaWhile we do not know one another yet, we are true believers that destiny has brought us together. We truly admire your strength and courage in considering open adoption and it would be our pleasure to get to know you and welcome you into our hearts.
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