One simple thing… Prayer
We’ve all heard heartbreaking stories of kids in foster care. Some kids are removed from painful family situations. Others have endured unspeakable abuse. Still more have bounced from home to home and never find the stability and love they need.
Honestly, it often seems easier to try and ignore the problem than to engage with the “mess.” But before we try to work for any solutions, we need to start with prayer, allowing God to go before us. He is the one to soften hearts, open doors and create lasting connections.
This May, we’ll celebrate National Foster Care Month. Our invitation to you is to join with us in prayer on behalf of our nation’s foster care system and the 415,000 children in U.S. foster care.
Will you join us? The commitment is simple: pray with your family, small group, church or friends for the kids in U.S. foster care or in your state or county specifically.
Simply visit FosterCarePrayerVigil.org to register your prayer vigil. We’ve also provided a prayer guide to make it easy. Thank you for committing to pray!
(content from: Focus on the Family)