Reframing Foster Care: Filtering Your Foster Parenting Journey Through the Lens of the Gospel (Paperback)

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Foster parents face a unique set of circumstances and experience a wide array of emotions that few can relate to. Their journey is one of equal parts beauty and brokenness, joy and heartache, excitement and exhaustion. There is no textbook on how to be a foster parent, no formula, no simple three-step guide.

But there is hope-in God's capacity to bring great beauty out of tragic brokenness. This is the gospel-the lens through which you can filter your foster parenting journey and ultimately find the strength, motivation, and courage you need to be sustained along the way.

ReFraming Foster Care is a collection of reflections on the foster parenting journey designed to help you do just that-find hope-and to remind you that your work is worth it and you are not alone.

This multi-faceted book can be read alone or used as a group support resource.

Every chapter includes:

  • Personal reflection questions
  • Group discussion guides
  • Plan of action exercises
  • Real-life stories
  • Inspirational quotes

Whether your foster parenting journey has just begun or you've been on the road for quite some time, we pray this book can encourage, challenge, and inspire you along the way.

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About the Author

Jason Johnson and his wife Emily became foster parents in 2012 and live in Texas with their four daughters. After years of pastoral ministry and church planting experience, Jason spends his time equipping churches and encouraging families on their foster care and adoption journeys. He is the author of ALL IN Orphan Care and blogs regularly at
Product Details
ISBN: 9781625860958
ISBN-10: 1625860951
Publisher: Credo House Publishers
Publication Date: January 15th, 2018
Pages: 266
Language: English