Posts Tagged ‘Safe Families’

True Neighbors: Safe Families, Fall 2011

Posted Oct 19 in Trip Recaps by 3 Comments

Safe Families teaches us that doing the “neighborly” thing is a simple but revolutionary way to care for children and families in crisis.

The Messy Stuff

Posted Oct 18 in Articles by 8 Comments

What happens when a Safe Family must say goodbye to the child they hosted? In the case of the Ray family, the farewell marked the beginning of a much bigger experience.

Encouraging Perspectives

Posted Oct 14 in Articles by 5 Comments

Meet Tracy and Lisa, the Safe Families social workers who I’ve grown to love. Listen to their perspectives on how God is at work in this ministry…

We Have Room

Posted Oct 11 in Articles by 8 Comments

Read about my experience living with the Smith family and the children they are hosting through Safe Families. This family knows what it means to open their home and hearts to others…

Photo Gallery: It Takes a Village

Posted Oct 07 in Photos by 6 Comments

Now that we’ve heard Tabby’s story in “It Takes a Village,” it’s time to see everyone who’s involved in supporting this incredible woman and her family.

It Takes a Village

Posted Oct 05 in Articles by 16 Comments

Meet a woman whose struggle overwhelms but inspires me. She is facing big obstacles with even bigger support from Safe Families.

Safe Families on the Road

Posted Oct 02 in Articles by 6 Comments

Ride along with Safe Families volunteer Jan Clark as she explains what makes this awesome organization tick.

It Just Makes Sense

Posted Sep 27 in Articles by 12 Comments

I’m diving into Safe Families, Indianapolis. They may be ordinary people caring for children and families in crisis, but you’ll see their impact is extraordinary…