Meet Hasya

She weighed a measly fourteen pounds.

Anthony and I could not fathom how in the world she would be able to hang on.

How would she survive the long adoption process that is filled with endless paperwork and ridiculous red tape?

We knew just one thing so deep down in our hearts as we began the process to bring her home...

...our God in heaven was able to do exceedingly, abundantly MORE than we could ever hope or imagine in her life.

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Adoption...Is Money the Issue?

Lifesong for Orphans

We have families who have seen God perform miracles as they have stepped out in faitfulness to follow His call for their family.....if it's His will, it's His bill. He will make a way to show Himself as THE Provider of all things. Don't let money stand in the way, when He has provided many avenues for families to bridge that financial gap.

Bigger Than Us from Lifesong for Orphans on Vimeo.

Hear Our Stories

The orphan care ministry of Lancaster Evangelical Free Church, known as Team 127, is comprised of families who have been touched either directly or indirectly with the call to care for the fatherless. We invite you to read the family stories under the 'Adoption Stories' menu above and hear how the gospel of Jesus Christ has compelled each of us to practice pure religion (James 1:27.) If you'd like to know how you could become involved with our Team please use the 'Contact' link on the menu above.

Special Needs Adoption Defined

“Special Needs” is a VERY BROAD term in the foster care and adoption world. If a child is in a “minority” race, he/she can be classified in the special need category, a child older than 3 years of age if often also put into a special need category as well as siblings groups. Medical and/or mental health conditions also vary greatly from a diagnosis of Strabismus (the common name of crossed eyes or lazy eye) to extensive medical conditions.

Considering International Adoption?

Throughout the adoption process, no doubt you will have many questions. If you are at the beginning stages of thinking about an international adoption you may have a lot of the same questions others have had. Visit this website for answers to frequently asked questions about international adoption.

Home Study How-To

One step in the adoption process is the completion of a Home Study. Both domestic and international adoptions require a home study. For more information on what is included in a homestudy, click HERE.

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