Orphans & Vulnerable Children Ministry Resources

Not Alone

Song by Watoto Children's Choir

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Fostering Success - Making Vulnerable Children a Priority

A document and several videos provided by Legacy Health Connections regarding the importance of fostering.

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World Orphans & Vulnerable Children’s Day in Local Churches

Local churches throughout East Central Africa Division highlighted the importance of World Orphans & Vulnerable Children’s Day on November 20, 2021.

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A special child in your church

Recommendations to the pastor of the local church, compiled by Olga and Maksim Krupsky

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How a special couple is helping children affected by the opioid crisis

Watch this story of how Monica and Robert Kinder stepped up in a big way to help change lives in their state.

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Orphans & Vulnerable Children's Day, November 21, 2020

This year, World Orphans/Vulnerable Children's Day falls on Monday, November 9. In addition to this, the Seventh-day Adventist Church will be observing Sabbath November 21 as World Orphans/Vulnerable Children's Sabbath. Below are some especially prepared promotional material, activitities and a sermon provided by the Children's Ministries Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church that may be…

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Ten Actions You Can Take Now to Help Orphans

BY CINTIA AUSTIN We live busy lives, and often forget the empty void that is in the heart of every orphan child. While many of us grew up in loving families, orphans yearn to find that family to call their own. Here are 10 actions you can take today to help them. 1 – Pray…

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SUPPORTING CHILDREN IN LIFE STRUGGLES

Special Needs Supporting Families and Children in Special Circumstances The Basics Children with special needs comprise a large and very diverse group of children. The broad term "special needs" includes learning disabilities, language impairments, mental retardation, emotional disturbances, physical disorders, impairment with movement, and difficulty with hearing or seeing. While each disability is different, there…

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Educational order for children with disorders

Some kinds of special needs are visible at a glance, while others are not. All the more they can put people at a disadvantage, because their surroundings usually underestimate such difficulties. For example, the "invisible" disorders include developmental learning disorders known as "dys-" (such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dysortography, etc.). They are most likely caused by…

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International Children’s Care website

Website of International Children’s Care.

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An Activity Book for African American Families

Helping Children Cope with Crisis. By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health.

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