In Defense of the Fatherless is designed as a practical resource for Christian families and churches, seeking to empower and inspire them to reform international adoption and orphan care. The book casts a powerful vision for the end of the orphan crisis, inviting Christians to protect and provide for orphans and widows in response to God’s mercy.
Praise for In Defense of the Fatherless:
“This book should be on the 2015 reading list for all those in church leadership.”
-Steve Timmis, Executive Director of the Acts 29 Network & Pastor, The Crowded House, Sheffield
“Any couple thinking of adopting, any church wanting to be involved in solving this problem should read this book.”
-Mary Whelchel, Director of Women’s Ministries, The Moody Church, Chicago, Illinois
About Amanda Bennett:
Amanda Bennett is a lawyer living in in Kigali, Rwanda with her husband and son. She serves on the board of directors for Reeds of Hope, a non-profit serving vulnerable families and children in DRC.
About Sara Brinton:
Sara Brinton is a writer and social entrepreneur with a passion for reforming international adoption and orphan care. She lives in Austin, Texas with their four children, including daughter Gabrielle who was adopted from Uganda.
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Where to Buy:
In Defense of the Fatherless is available at any good Christian bookstore. If you don’t have a Christian bookstore near you, you may want to consider purchasing a copy from one of the online book retailers listed below: