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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.

Articles

  • June 7th, 2016
    Almost two-thirds of Scots believe plans to plans to introduce a 'Named Person' for every child in the country represent an "unacceptable intrusion" into family life, according to a poll.
  • 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.
  • May 12th, 2016
    Italy’s parliament has this week backed the introduction of civil unions between same-sex and heterosexual couples.
  • May 14th, 2015
    Thank you for your prayers for yesterday's (13 May) hearing at the Court of Appeal. In an encouraging development, the Christian couple whose adopted children were taken into care have been granted permission for their case to be heard in full before the Court of Appeal.
  • May 12th, 2015
    A Christian couple, whose adopted children have been taken into care, will appear before the Court of Appeal seeking permission for their case to be heard before the Court of Appeal. The case is being supported by the Christian Legal Centre.
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