Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on December 28, 1012 to ban intercountry adoption with the United States. This tragic incident will keep thousands of children stuck in Russia without a family to love them or care for them. Children’s and parent’s hope of adopting a child from this country has been lost, but [...]
SOURCE: http://usat.ly/11VeAg7 Michelle Healy, USA TODAY First-of-its-kind analysis by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy shows that the teen birth rate in rural counties is nearly one-third higher than the rest of the nation. (Photo: www.jupiterimages.com) Story Highlights Stereotype that teen pregnancy is primarily an urban phenomenon is unfounded First-ever analysis [...]
I like how Bishop Chaput says it, “…life begins at conception.” He refers to that statement as an indisputable scientific fact. Tragically, the value of choice for convenience (and that is exactly what it is in the vast majority of cases) is deemed to outweigh the value of human life. Various courts and [...]
Political unrest in Nepal continues to delay progress on changes that are necessary for the resumption of adoptions from Nepal. New Beginnings representatives stay abreast of discussions as they occur and we will post any substantial improvements in the outlook for adoptions. Periodically, tidbits of information coming from Nepal indicate that adoptions can be processed [...]
New Beginnings is proud to be a working partner with the National Council for Adoption and the new “iChoose Adoption” campaign. To read more about this great upcoming program that highlights birth mothers, pregnancy, adoption and hope, please visit the NCFA blog (click here).
I””m one of those guys that cannot walk by a Veteran without saying “Thank you, Sir.” Some of the heroes are aged men who served in WWII, and some are in wheelchairs wearing clothing that easily identifies them as having served in the Vietnam “conflict.” I avoided that “conflict” by about one year, and my [...]
For information about international adoption from a host of countries, including Kazakhstan, China, Russia, Poland, Taiwan and others, please contact Victoria Kilpatrick at Victoria@NewBeginningsAdoptions.org. Or, you may call her at 662.842.6752/107.
A birthmother shares her adoption story. She chose life because she realized that her son was a life. For additional information on creating an adoption plan, contact Debbie at 1.800.264.2229 or visit www.NewBeginningsAdoptions.org.
Washington, DC – Senator Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) last week recognized Debbie Velie of Tupelo as a 2011 “Angels in Adoption” award winner for her advocacy of adoption issues. “Debbie became an adoptive parent some years ago, opening her home to two children from Korea,” said Wicker. “As a licensed social worker who received her training [...]
International adoption data reveals a drastic decline in international adoptions over the past three years. Probable factors for this decline include the economic recession, regulations that sometimes delay the adoption process, and negative press that thrives on the few negative stories about adoption while ignoring the tens of thousands of positive ones. How does New [...]