The Foster Care & Adoption Ministry exists to inform, connect, and equip the body of Christ to care for vulnerable children and families. As a church, we want to be part of the solution for the hundreds of thousands of children, both locally and around the world, who need families. And we want to pursue God's heart for healing and restoration for all families—for biological families needing community and support, for foster and adoptive parents looking for connection and parenting skills, and for adoptees pursuing healing and hope.

What We Do

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Families Connected to the Ministry


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Reynolds Family

Reynolds Family

“Our experience with foster care has been full of ups and downs, and there were days we didn’t think we could keep saying yes. But God had other plans, and it’s incredible to look back and see the ways He was working even in the brokenness. We now have 5 amazing kids, as well as a huge extended family made up of many of our kids’ birth families too.”

The Reynolds Family

Szwed Family

Szwed Family

“As an adoptee, adoption was always the plan for our family, and as we prepared for an international adoption, the Lord revealed needs within our own family. The journey of kinship adoption was far different than expected, but the Lord blessed us far more than we could ever have imagined!”

The Szwed Family

Crowe Family

Crowe Family

“We believe all children belong in families, and God knit ours together from across the world. Each of our kids, with their own story and culture, uniquely and wonderfully reflect the image of God. We’re so humbled and grateful that God’s plan for our family was so much bigger and wider than we could have imagined!”

The Crowe Family

Clark Family

Clark Family

“We are humbled God chose us to be his parents. Our journey to parenthood has not been on our timeline or how we imagined. Yet God’s goodness is evident every time we look into his eyes, and His grace is evident in the blossoming relationship with his birth parents.”

The Clark Family


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Foster Care & Adoption - Campus Events
We have a vibrant community of foster and adoptive families, and we want to provide encouragement, support, and meaningful connection with other families who share a similar journey. You can find upcoming events at many of our campuses. Please contact Callie Troyer at with general questions or the campus leader listed for questions about a specific event.
Sun, Dec 10
Recurring Event
See Upcoming Campus Events Doc for Locations
Multiple Campuses
Considering Foster Care and Adoption
If you are considering foster care, domestic adoption, or international adoption, please join us to learn more about how to get started! We’ll provide a basic overview of your options and help you take the next step.
Thu, Jan 11
Multiple Dates
Blankenbaker Campus
Advocating for Your Child: IEP/504 Training
Katie Taylor from the Children's Law Center in Lexington, KY will help families understand how best to advocate for their child in a school setting.
Sat, Jan 27
Blankenbaker Campus - AT106



Blaine Hamilton
Foster Care & Adoption Ministry Leader


Callie Troyer
Foster Care & Adoption Ministry Associate

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