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Children in Foster Care, Education, Encouragement, Foster Parenting, Mental Health, The Forgotten Podcast, TraumaFeb. 11, 2019

When Mental Health and Trauma Intersect: Finding the Path Towards Healing

ADHD, ODD, RAD—these letters represent mental health diagnoses that commonly label our children in foster care. But are they accurate diagnoses for your child? What role does trauma play in your child’s behaviors? Today’s episode is super practical and will leave you with the resources and help you need to understand your child better and walk with them towards healing. MEET OUR GUEST Jenn Hook is a Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) educator and previously worked as a trauma specialized therapist for kids in foster care. She is the director of Replanted Ministry and Refresh Chicago and has recently authored the new book, “Replanted: […]

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Children in Foster Care, Encouragement, Family Support, Foster Care Affects on Kids Already in Your Home, Foster Parenting, The Forgotten PodcastJan. 28, 2019

My Parents are Foster Parents: Honest Reflections from Teens in a Fostering Family

Teenagers, Brayden and Bristol, along with their mom, Selena Whitley, speak honestly to the joys and struggles of being raised in a family who does foster care. The journey of fostering has allowed Bristol and Brayden to mature as they learn to lean on God. MEET OUR GUESTS Brayden (15) and Bristol (13) Whitley were only 5 and 7 when their parents, Selena and Tony became foster parents. Foster care has impacted their family significantly and these two teenagers would have it no other way!   Connect with the Whitleys: Email   TAKEAWAYS FROM TODAY’S SHOW 1. Friendships can last beyond the “Goodbye.” It is a common […]

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Children in Foster Care, Foster Care Affects on Kids Already in Your Home, Foster Parenting, The Forgotten PodcastJan. 14, 2019

Lessons Learned from Growing Up in a Fostering Family

Can you imagine being the oldest of 5 biological children and having over 50 therapeutic foster siblings throughout your childhood? Rophe Mason tells her story of growing up in a fostering family; listen in as she vulnerably shares how they navigated these waters, established boundaries and shared God’s love with children who needed it the most. MEET OUR GUEST Rophe Mason is a resident of Hanover, MA. Originally from Alabama, she and her family relocated to the area 3 years ago. During the day Rophe works in elementary school fundraising all over the New England area. Her role allows her […]

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The Forgotten PodcastDec. 17, 2018

Special Episode: The Father’s Loving Pursuit of His Daughter

Nicole Argo spent her childhood in the foster care system starting at the age of seven. She shares her story of neglect and despair in a life that was saved by God’s loving pursuit of her—even before she knew who He was. His still, small voice gave her hope to go on and led to a series of events that now gives her the opportunity to bring Him glory through her story. Telling my story is a way to bring glory to God and tell Satan he did not win. –Nicole Argo Meet Our Guest | Nicole Argo Nicole Argo […]

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The Forgotten PodcastDec. 3, 2018

Encore Episode | Making an Indelible Difference in the Lives of Vulnerable Children

Join us for this Encore Episode with Angie Grant as she shares the story of one of their children’s reunification after two-and a half years in their home. She will challenge you to want to make an indelible difference in the lives of vulnerable children! Angie Grant and her husband, Stan, have been foster parents for five years. Their third placement, a little girl, stayed in their home for two and a half years and then returned home. Although it was difficult to let their daughter go, Angie’s family cherishes the memories they made with her and believe that the […]

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The Forgotten PodcastNov. 19, 2018

Supporting, Loving and Going Above and Beyond for Biological Parents

Jamie Finn started fostering because she wanted to “rescue kids who had terrible parents.” She was immediately humbled with her first placement when she realized that she wasn’t all that different than the biological parents of the child she was caring for—it was only the grace of God that separated her decisions from their decisions. God began to change her heart and her mission regarding foster care and biological parents. Listen in to learn how she works to support, love and go above and beyond for her kids’ biological parents! Let’s fight to go above and beyond in showing love. […]

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The Forgotten PodcastNov. 5, 2018

Staying the Course in Foster Care: “It’s What We Do”

Peter Greer and his family have opened their home to foster care for several years and have experienced the highs and lows of all foster care entails. After several hard situations, Peter admits to being reticent, even outright against, getting back into the foster care world. A greater sense of purpose and the support and encouragement of his children has ensured that, in spite of the pain, unpredictability and potential for hurt, their family will continue to say “yes” to foster care. We are promised that life will be hard. But we are also promised the presence of our Savior. […]

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The Forgotten PodcastOct. 22, 2018

Creatively Conquering Fears: How Art Became a Means of Healing

Angel Ambrose shared her story of a turbulent childhood that resulted in her playing a key role as a teen in testifying against her mother for the safety of herself and her siblings. Throughout her life, art has played a key role in helping her process her feelings. Angel shares more about how art and the healing power of a creative God has made a difference in her life. God allowed things to surface in my life so that I would start to learn to be dependent upon Him instead of trying to solve all my own problems…I had to learn […]

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The Forgotten PodcastOct. 8, 2018

Foster Care and Higher Education: One Man’s Story of Beating the Odds

The statistics for youth who age out of foster care receiving a college degree are extremely disheartening—fewer than 5% finish a secondary education. Royce Markley beat the odds—as a child, he was in and out of foster care, eventually aging out of the system. His childhood was a roller coaster of emotions and situations, including times when his mom was doing what she needed to do to keep her kids to various foster care situations to several near adoptions, until an older couple offered him and his brother something they had never had before: stability. Royce’s story of frustration and […]

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The Forgotten PodcastSep. 24, 2018

More to Me: Foster Care Through the Eyes of a Teen

Saty Cornelius grew up in a fostering family—her parents have fostered more than 50 children. She is one of seven children, including three sisters through adoption. Knowing, hearing and living the stories of some of her foster siblings gave her incredible insight into the trauma, struggles and sometimes unexpected emotions kids in care often experience. The combination of her dream to write a book and her personal connection and passion for foster care has resulted in More to Me, a fictional, but very realistic, story of a teen girl and her younger siblings who find themselves navigating the confusion of […]

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