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In episode 179, you'll hear from Pastor Evans Baggs who serves as the Pastor of Mobilization at Port City Community Church in Wilmington, North Carolina. We talk with Evans about the recent research from Barna Group, Faith to Action and Changing the Way We Care on Christian giving to orphanages. We'll also get his thoughts on the role of the Americ…
 
In episode 178, you'll hear from Anja Goertzen Gaona of Paraguay Protects Families about collaborating across sectors in Paraguay and Latin America to promote systemic care reform and family based services. Show notes for this episode can be found at thinkorphan.com
 
In episode 177, you will hear from children's rights advocate and global voice for care leavers, Ruth Wacuka. She'll be talking with us about the importance of engaging care leavers beyond just hearing their stories, but collaborating on actual care programming and reforms.
 
In episode 176, you will hear from Dr. Greg Burch, Chair of the Global Studies Department at Multnomah University and expert on issues surrounding children at risk. He's talking with us today about issues facing street connected children, the problems with statistics when it comes to at risk children and the role education plays to equip practition…
 
In episode 175, you will hear from Ashlee Heiligman, Global Director at Global Child Advocates talking with us about their transition to family care, working with vulnerable populations and how they've adapted their ministry to serve vulnerable children in Myanmar's current conflict.
 
In this recast, Episode 172, you will hear from Amanda Cox, who has worked with Lumos, Faith to Action Initiative, and Hope and Homes for Children to help orphaned and vulnerable children around the world flourish.
 
In the recast episode 169, you will hear wisdom from Dr. Mandy Howard, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Samford University, who worked with Dr. Karyn Purvis at the TCU Institute of Child Development for several years.
 
In Episode 163, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation about their favorite parts about Season 8, things we can all learn from the amazing guests we have had with us this season, a recommendation about a great show, some important news about the podcast, and an opportunity that you don’t want to miss.…
 
In Episode 160, Dr. Rick and Phil look back on 2020, talk about the ups and downs of this crazy year, opportunities that have arisen because of the lockdowns and travel restrictions, a passage about eagles that has really spoken to Rick this year, and resources that have impacted them over the past 12 months. They also have a fun conversation about…
 
[ This episode is a recast from January 15, 2019 ] In Episode 156, you will hear from Dr. Caroline Leaf, neuroscientist, author of numerous books, and global speaker, talking with Phil about: How the mind controls the brain and why that is important The plasticity of the brain and how it gives us great hope in our work with orphaned and vulnerable …
 
In Episode 154, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation with Robert Glover OBE, Founder and Executive Director of Care for Children and author of As Many as the Stars: A Story of Change for the Children of China.Robert Glover, Philip Darke, Rick Morton による
 
In Episode 153, Part 2 of the two-part episode with Keith McFarland, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation with Keith, co-author/co-editor of In Pursuit of Orphan Excellence and Director of the Institute for Gospel Transformation at New Hope Uganda.Keith McFarland, Philip Darke, Rick Morton による
 
In Episode 152, Part 1 of the two-part episode with Keith McFarland, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation with Keith, co-author/co-editor of In Pursuit of Orphan Excellence and Director of the Institute for Gospel Transformation at New Hope Uganda.Keith McFarland, Philip Darke, Rick Morton による
 
In Episode 150, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation with DJ Jordan, an adoptive parent and a huge advocate for orphaned and vulnerable children, who has worked on congressional staffs and has contributed on Fox News and CNN, among many other things...DJ Jordan, Philip Darke, Rick Morton による
 
In Episode 143, you will hear from Arthur C. Woods, Speaker, Teacher, and Writer, talking with Phil about: His incredible story and how he started working with teens from hard places How we can love teenage young adults who come from hard places Why discipleship and mentorship is so important in our work with teens and why it is important for us to…
 
In Episode 142, you will hear from Ruby Johnston, Co-Founder and Director of International Field Operations for Lamb International, and Executive Team Member for World Without Orphans (“WWO”), talking with Phil about: Ruby’s story to see how she got to be where she is today. The training work that Ruby does all around the world Why the training her…
 
In Episode 141, you will hear from Mohamed Nabieu (“Nabs”), Child Welfare Programs Liaison for Helping Children Worldwide, talking with Phil about: His incredible story from being cared for in an orphanage to transitioning orphanages to family-based care How he has been able to deal with his childhood trauma and now help children who have experienc…
 
In Episode 140, you will hear from Mike Berry, author of Honestly Adoption (and a bunch of other books), founder of Confessions of an Adoptive Parent, co-host of the Honestly Adoption Podcast, and adoptive father, talking with Phil about: The why and what of Mike and Kristin’s new book, Honestly Adoption, and what Mike hopes the reader will experie…
 
In Episode 134, you will hear from Jenn Hook, Founder and Executive Director of Replanted, and author of a new book of the same name. For full show notes, please visit www.thinkorphan.comwww.thinkorphan.com による
 
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