Trusting a Generous God

Posted on March 19, 2020

    There’s a famous Christian adage that says, “God doesn’t call the equipped; He equips the called.” This is a firsthand experience felt by many of the foster and adoptive families we serve at Hands of Hope.

    Ways to Help During COVID-19 Outbreak

    Posted on March 18, 2020

      Our community is in the midst of an unprecedented time with the coronavirus outbreak and the effects it is having on our daily lives. It is a time to rally together more than ever to serve vulnerable children and those who work tirelessly to protect them.

      Mother & Daughter Salon Night Highlight

      Posted on February 20, 2020

        As the owner of The Alternative Hair Studio in Fishers, Indiana, Amy partnered with Hands of Hope to provide a free salon event for foster and adoptive moms and their daughters.

        10 Resources for 2020

        Posted on January 06, 2020

          Looking for resources to help walk with you through the complexities of foster care and adoption? Check out these 10 recommended resources.

          I See Myself in Them

          Posted on January 02, 2020

            709 days of learning to love. 709 days of finding hope in the hopeless. 709 days of seeing God work in strong and powerful ways. 709 days sweet little Brison and Harlem were in foster care.

            When God Redeems Pain | Adoption Interview with Ashley Clough

            Posted on December 16, 2019

              Ryan and Ashley Clough met in college and quickly knew they wanted to spend their lives together. Once they got married and started talking about growing their family...

              Spreading love to Foster & Adoptive Parents this Christmas

              Posted on December 10, 2019

                By showing up for other people, we bring the healing love of God to broken homes and families every day. If you know someone who is a foster or adoptive parent, here are some gift ideas to make them feel seen and loved this Christmas...

                Family is Forever

                Posted on November 21, 2019

                  I grew up listening to stories about my mom’s life in South Korea. My mom lost her parents at a young age, and grew up on the heels of the Korean war. Through a number of circumstances, she lost contact with all of her family...

                  Here’s What ‘Yes’ Can Do

                  Posted on October 25, 2019

                    Jessica always wanted to be a mom, but after almost nine years and not a positive pregnancy test in sight, she and her husband Christopher sold their house and horses, and they moved closer to town...

                    Spreading Hope through CarePortal

                    Posted on September 24, 2019

                      Children are entering the foster care system in Indiana from cases of “poverty neglect” every day. When we refer to “poverty neglect”, we are talking about parents who are working tirelessly to provide for the needs of their child but still come up short.