In this episode, Jami continues her conversation with Nicole Argo, a pastor’s wife and mom of two who grew up in foster care. Nicole’s story explains the emotions and struggles children often face when in foster care. She shares how critical every effort to help those in the foster care community is and how showing and sharing the love of Jesus can make a difference in a child’s life.
In this episode, you’ll discover…
- Why small, seemingly insignificant acts of kindness are important to children in foster care.
- Why children in foster care still yearn for their biological parent(s), even if the situation was bad.
- How security, unconditional love, encouragement and pride can change the life of a child in foster care.
Let God use your story for great things. That’s the best gift you can give back to Jesus.
~ Nicole Argo
Meet our Guest!
Nicole Argo is married to her college sweetheart, Jason, and they have two beautiful children: an 8-year-old daughter, Rowen, and 5-year-old son, Sawyer. Nicole is a wedding and portrait photographer and Jason is a pastor. They have been doing ministry together for over 14 years. Nicole grew up in foster care from the age of 7 and is passionate about sharing her story so others will know they are not alone. Connect with Nicole on Facebook or Instagram.
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Meet our Host!
Jami Kaeb is a dreamer and a coffee lover! She is married to Clint and is the mother of seven–five through adoption. It was through a difficult season of waiting that Clint and Jami’s eyes were opened to the foster care community. They became foster parents to three siblings who they eventually adopted, and in April of 2011, Jami founded The Forgotten Initiative. Follow Jami’s personal blog.
We want to hear from you!
We’d love to know…what are simple, yet important, ways you have served a child(ren) in foster care?
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