Monday, October 18, 2010

Free Adoption Services

No Cost Adoption Services at Lifetime Adoption Center!

Ask for our free resource book for women considering adoption So, I Was Thinking About Adoption.

A caring adoption coordinator speak with you; please call 1-800-9-ADOPT-4 (that's 1-800-923-6784) to set up a time to discuss your options about a child you are considering adoption for.

Lifetime Adoption Foundation also offers career counseling to help you after your adoption and has resources for scholarships for college, maternity clothes and referrals for free legal advice.

Professional counseling is also offered at no cost to you - by phone or in person.

Please call 1-800-9-Adopt-4 for confidential answers- 24 hours a day.

Or visit our web site – www.LifetimeAdoption.com to chat live today

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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Christian Adoptive Families

Have you been considering doing an adoption for your baby? Lifetime Adoption Center is able to work with adoptive families nationwide, so you will have a wide selection of families to choose from. Are you looking for a family that is your race? Perhaps you'd like to place with a family who attend church regularly, or who have a stay-at-home mom.

Adoptive families are thoroughly pre-screened and interviewed by a social worker, so you can be assured your child is safe & loved. Also, you have the choice to remain in touch with your child as he grows up. Call Lifetime Adoption today at 1-800-923-6784 to learn about the many options available to you!

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Breaking Generational Patterns

Lilada's story:

"My reflections:
I still remain grateful that I have been able to provide a very different childhood for my children than I had. God has given me the strength to break generational patterns, choices and consequences in my family line. I purposely did not say curses. I think when we use the term "generational curses" we remove the personal responsibility that each person; each generation has to choose better. A curse infers that it happens against both our will and our power to have a different outcome. I made very difficult and costly choices in order for my children not to grow up in a home that was a war zone. I made the choice that as a divorced woman, I wasn't going to have men in and out of my home thereby increasing the risk for abuse and I made the choice to cut ties with relatives that have abused me and other children in order to protect them.

If we are going to end sexual violence against children it's not going to be legislated, it's not going to be court ordered and no social agency will stop it. It will stop when each individual and each family makes the choices necessary to keep children safe and hold ALL abusers accountable for their actions. As the theme song to the TV show Barretta used to say, "Don't do the crime if you can't do the time, yeah, don't do it!"

Be Inspired!
~Lilada

Lilada is a passionate mother, author, speaker and advocate for girl and women surviors of sexual abuse. For more info see http://www.facebook.com/lilada