How to Talk to My Kids About Interracial Adoption

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Racial and ethnic diversity within the family is a beautiful display of God’s family. How people from every nation and every tongue will one day bow down to the King of Kings. But let’s talk about the experiences, joys, challenges, and responsibilities of parents who have adopted cross-racially and internationally. How can I affirm my child’s identity as a member of a certain community and as a member of our family? How can I emphasize the beauty of adoption? How do I love them well?

Join us for a conversation with mom, MOPS director, and adopted daughter Sara Lane for this week’s episode of the Car Seat Questions podcast. We hear her story in vulnerability and victory as she pursues the Lord.


For Further Reading:

It Takes More Than Love

by Brittany Salmon

Embrace the beauty and challenges of transracial adoption. Being an adoptive parent is hard enough. But when your family is multiracial, things...

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