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Adoption

Adoption is a great way to offer hope to a child. Unfortunately, Christian adoption agencies are closing as equality legislation is interpreted in a way which would force them to place children with homosexual couples against their beliefs. In addition, some Christian couples who have expressed their views on homosexuality have found it very difficult to complete fostering and adoption processes and have even had children taken away from them. At Christian Concern we defend freedom of conscience for Christian foster parents and adopters and hope that many children will find Christian homes.

Articles

  • May 13th, 2016
    Please join us in thanking the Lord for the outcome in a previously unannounced family case in which 4 children who were removed from their Christian parents will not be adopted but will instead remain with their foster carers and continue to have contact with their family.
  • April 12th, 2016
    The media watchdog Ofcom has ruled that Piers Morgan did not discriminate against Christian Legal Centre client Richard Page by accusing him of being a 'homophobe', during an interview on the ITV programme Good Morning Britain.
  • February 16th, 2016
    Statistics released from the Department of Education show that 120 children were adopted by same sex couples in England in 2010. Last year, the number rose to 450.
  • January 23rd, 2015
    The number of children being adopted by same-sex couples has more than doubled in the last four years, rising to 320 last year, representing 5% of all adoptions.
  • March 7th, 2014
    Andrea Williams, CEO of Christian Concern, has called for a concerted campaign led by the churches to offer Christian homes to the 6000+ children seeking adoption in the UK every year.
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