The Next Child

In a world where we see tragedy on the news every night, more and more of us are becoming immune to the everyday grumbles of working people.

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What You May Not Know About Children in Foster Care

It was late, and I was at my desk in my library, doing some writing for an upcoming book. Earlier that afternoon, we had taken in three foster children, all boys, ages ten, nine, and seven. As I sat over my keyboard, the sounds of crying wafted through from the nearby bedroom, instantly reminding me of the deep sadness that lay heavy in our house.

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