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Fostering

Over recent years, and often due to equality legislation, Christians have found it increasingly difficult to be accepted as foster parents. Equality and diversity policies put in place by local authorities state that the sexuality of children in care should be respected and this has been interpreted to mean that potential foster carers must agree that homosexual behaviour is normal and support a child’s choice to embrace that lifestyle. At Christian Concern we stand for the right of Christian parents to foster children and not to have to compromise their beliefs in order to do so. We hope that many children will find Christian homes.

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