Until Every Child Is Home by Todd Chipman

Until Every Child Is Home

“A wise and experienced guide, Todd Chipman offers practical direction on how local congregations can do better in our quest to care for those Jesus calls ‘the least of these my brothers.’” –Russell Moore, author of Adopted for LifeYour church is doing so much already. Trying to convince people to do foster care or adoption can feel like just another daunting, impossible task. It’s hard enough to get volunteers for the nursery, much l...

Details Until Every Child Is Home

TitleUntil Every Child Is Home
Release DateAug 6th, 2019
PublisherMoody Publishers
GenreChristian, Nonfiction, Social Movements, Social Justice, Christian Living, Parenting, Adoption

Reviews Until Every Child Is Home

  • Daniel Ligon
    What a fantastic book! Although Until Every Child is Home does contain some theological insights on adoption, it is primarily practical and profoundly personal. Todd Chipman knows first hand both sides of the adoption saga, having been adopted himself, and now being an adopted parent. The book is filled with personal stories of Christian families who participated in the life-changing experience of adoption.Chipman definitely doesn't shy away from...
  • Amanda Harris
    As a Christian adoptive mom myself, I have many opinions of why and how church as an organized religion should be answering the call to help kids in foster care. There are so many ways outside of being a foster and adoptive parent to support the children and their families. I hoped that this book would highlight the need, reference our doctrine calling us to help, and then layout a plan for the church to use as a guideline. However, this book foc...
  • Michelle Kidwell
    Until Every Child Is HomeWhy the Church Can and Must Care for Orphansby Todd R. ChipmanMoody PublishersChristian , Parenting & FamiliesPub Date 06 Aug 2019I am reviewing a copy of Until Every Child Is Home through Moody Publishers and Netgalley:Your Church is probably doing a lot already so trying to convince people to either take part in Foster Care or to Adopt can seem like a daunting and impossible task. It can be hard to get volunteers for Ch...
  • Nicole
    This book!This book needs to be read by everyone who cares about answering the call to care for the "orphan and the widow." Though this book is not deeply eloquent or entertaining, it is powerful!So much truth packed into this short book that is a call to arms on the behalf of the vulnerable.My family has adopted and been involved in housing children of families who are in crisis. This book addresses so many of the issues we have faced and encour...
  • MayorEmma
    I received an arc of this book on netgalley in exchange for a honest review. It was kind of interesting, I'm interested in adoption and stuff, but it just dragged on too long.
  • Molly
    This book has challenged me more than any other book I’ve read in quite a while. It offers a very realistic and personal view of adoption (the author has adopted children himself), including both the joys and the difficulties. Chipman discusses the biblical mandate to adopt; ways that adoption and fostering (what he refers to as orphan care) can broaden a church’s ministry opportunities; interracial adoption; and the very real dangers that a ...