Champions for Children
How do I become a Champion for Children?
Many children in our world live without hope of a brighter future. When you become a Champion for Children at Bethany, you commit to remembering these children through prayer and action. The three levels of commitment include praying, giving, and becoming involved in an Orphan and Adoption Ministry in your church. Start with the ideas in our Champions for Children Guide and empower your church to act on behalf of vulnerable children.
As you explore the information listed on this page, you will find many resources and tools to use. If you have additional questions or need a resource you do not see here, contact the knowledgeable staff at Bethany. We are eager to help you! To get more information or to become an official Champion for Children, please contact your nearest Bethany Christian Services office or email us at email@example.com.
Orphan and adoption ministry:
Are you interested in creating or joining an Orphan and Adoption Ministry in your church? Learn how in this video. You will hear ideas on how to engage and encourage the body as well as strategies to create a thriving ministry, regardless of your church congregation's size or experience with orphan care ministry to this point. Once you have watched the video, explore the links below to see what tools, resources, and opportunities best suit the heart of your church.
Do I qualify to be a Champion for Children?
You need to:
1. Be an adult in good standing in your church.
2. Have a passion for helping vulnerable children and families.
3. Have some knowledge about Bethany and be willing to receive training.
4. Speak positively about Bethany’s ministry. You do not need to be a public speaker.
5. Keep Bethany informed about your Champion for Children involvements.
6. Have an e-mail address that you use regularly.
Subscribe to Family Finder
Family Finder is a monthly eNewsletter that connects families with children who are waiting for their forever family, shares Bethany's updates and prayer requests, and provides helpful adoption-related resources and information.