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The Spiritual Narratives of Adoptive Parents

The Spiritual Narratives of Adoptive Parents

by Ryan Noel Fraser

While much attention has been given to the various social and psychological experiences of two members of the adoption triad, namely adopted persons and birthparents, adoptive parents are largely overlooked in the literature. More particularly, sparse information has been collected on the issue of adoptive parents' spiritual narratives. Cultural and religious traditions significantly affect how adoptive parents interpret and make spiritual and theological meaning of their unique experiences.

Dr. Fraser's cutting-edge research uncovers the distinctive reauthoring process of Christian adoptive parents' faith narratives resulting from the experience of receiving a child through adoption.

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COMING SOON!
 
His Heart, My Hands
Caring Like Jesus

 

Dr. Ryan Fraser's new book focuses on the unique way in which Christ provided care to others. It proposes practical strategies that reflect his compassionate style of ministry in our lives. The book provides motivation, mentorship, and mobilization for effective, Christ-centered approaches to Christian caring.

The work promotes the spiritual dimension rather than advancing secular approaches to caregiving. It focuses on the ultimate Healer and his unprecedented approaches to care, encouraging believers to faithfully walk in his footsteps.

The book resonates with laypersons equipping them for improved caregiving within the church, community, and world. Its primary appeal is to everyday Christians-those believers who simply desire to serve God and others more effectively.

Readers will learn new and effective ways to improve their approach to Christ-centered caregiving in their families, churches, communities, and world. They will learn how to offer compassionate care from a spiritual perspective that touches people's lives in powerful ways.

  • Readers will gain a clearer understanding of how Jesus approached caring ministry in his unique modes of service in the lives of others.
  • Readers will gain knowledge of how they can become more competent and effective Christian servants and caregivers.
  • Readers will feel more confident in their caregiving abilities and strategies, having a solid basis for providing spiritually sensitive care for those who are suffering.
  • Readers will be motivated, mentored, and mobilized for effective works of Christian service.

 

The Spiritual Narratives of Adoptive Parents

The Spiritual Narratives of Adoptive Parents

by Ryan Noel Fraser

While much attention has been given to the various social and psychological experiences of two members of the adoption triad, namely adopted persons and birthparents, adoptive parents are largely overlooked in the literature. More particularly, sparse information has been collected on the issue of adoptive parents' spiritual narratives. Cultural and religious traditions significantly affect how adoptive parents interpret and make spiritual and theological meaning of their unique experiences.

Dr. Fraser's cutting-edge research uncovers the distinctive reauthoring process of Christian adoptive parents' faith narratives resulting from the experience of receiving a child through adoption.

(Click on image)

 

 
COMING SOON!
 
His Heart, My Hands
Caring Like Jesus

 

Dr. Ryan Fraser's new book focuses on the unique way in which Christ provided care to others. It proposes practical strategies that reflect his compassionate style of ministry in our lives. The book provides motivation, mentorship, and mobilization for effective, Christ-centered approaches to Christian caring.

The work promotes the spiritual dimension rather than advancing secular approaches to caregiving. It focuses on the ultimate Healer and his unprecedented approaches to care, encouraging believers to faithfully walk in his footsteps.

The book resonates with laypersons equipping them for improved caregiving within the church, community, and world. Its primary appeal is to everyday Christians-those believers who simply desire to serve God and others more effectively.

Readers will learn new and effective ways to improve their approach to Christ-centered caregiving in their families, churches, communities, and world. They will learn how to offer compassionate care from a spiritual perspective that touches people's lives in powerful ways.

 

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