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The Oak Life
At Oak Life, we believe that sharing your orphan care story will educate and empower others’ journey into orphan care. That’s why we’ve created the Oak Life Sessions.
Session 1 - Anabel Frutos
Anabel Frutos, founder of Love in Action Children's Home in Mexico, shares her personal journey of compassion into childcare, highlighting the range of needs in which she has found the children in her home.
Session 2 - Karen David
Karen David, founder of Treasure House, discusses her heart and the story behind her work with children of exploitation. Hear the difficulties of saving children from human trafficking, and how you can help make a difference.
Our kids become acutely aware of the family they do not have during “the most wonderful time of the year.” But there are things we can do to remind them that they are truly loved, and have an adopted family in our community.
When a child has responded to a situation in a hurtful, self-defeating, and/or disregulated manner, a “redo” is in order. But what, exactly, is a redo? And should the adults try it, too, perhaps?
Connecting isn’t always easy. In fact, relationship can even feel cumbersome, especially when you work at an orphanage. But what could the benefits be in maintaining relationship between local orphanages? Here are 7 reasons why orphanages should stay connected…