MORE THAN ENOUGH for children and families before, during, and beyond foster care is possible in every county in the country . . . including yours.


The leadership of the Research Center help to shape the mission and help to fulfil the vision.


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More Than Enough is a community united by our faith and committed to helping churches care for children and families in foster care. Together, we are determined to achieve our shared vision of more than enough for children and families before, during, and beyond foster care in every US county.

We have a shared strategy to provide more than enough loving homes for every child in foster care—including foster, adoptive, and supported biological families. Drawing on tools and practices that are serving children and families well across the US, we meet the specific needs within our communities. We believe that local networks of passionate churches, organizations, and advocates like you can work together to fill the biggest gaps in caring for children and families in every one of the 3,142 counties in the US.

When you join the More Than Enough Community, you will find the support you need to:

  • Communicate your vision, driving community involvement in foster care. 
  • Grow your work, multiplying the impact of your time, people, and funding by using ideas and resources from the More Than Enough Community.
  • Do more together, expanding your reach and results through effective collaboration.

More Than Enough is facilitated by the Christian Alliance for Orphans, which supports the Community to multiply on-the-ground care for children and families.

Explore the tools and resources on this site–from local foster care data to books to podcasts–to get started today.

County by county, state by state, we’ll reach more than enough together.


Here’s the team at CAFO dedicated to helping you provide More Than Enough for children and families where you live...

Jason Weber

Jason Weber

Jason Weber and his wife, Trisha, have been speaking up on behalf of the marginalized for the past 24 years. Jason has written and helped to produce several books and other tools, including Farmer Herman and the Flooding Barn, a 2018 ECPA Christian Book Award finalist and Until There’s More Than Enough. Jason has been a regular columnist for Fostering Families Today magazine and is the host of the More Than Enough Podcast, which highlights the work of national foster care advocates. Jason serves with the Christian Alliance for Orphans and helps lead More Than Enough, a collaborative movement facilitated by the CAFO community. Jason and his family live in Plano, Texas.

Phil Goad

Phil Goad

Phil Goad is the Chief of Staff for the More Than Enough Team.

Dr. Goad and his wife, Starla, have three children and nine grandchildren.  Dr. Goad currently serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate in the foster program in Pulaski and Perry Counties, Arkansas. For the past several years he has served on the CAFO Board of Directors.  Phil and Starla also serve with organizations involved in care of orphans and vulnerable children in the US and around the world. They have a passion for marriage ministry and are long-time supporters of FamilyLife, previously headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas.  They are actively involved in their church and love to teach and mentor others who share a desire to follow in the steps of Jesus Christ.  Dr. Goad recently retired from the Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health (CTEH) L.L.C., an environmental and public health consulting firm, where he served as Founder and CEO and Principle Toxicologist. CTEH is a national leader in helping governments, businesses and communities prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural and man-made disasters.

Jason Johnson

Jason Johnson

Jason Johnson is a husband to Emily, foster and adoptive dad, pastor, writer and speaker.  He and Emily, and their four girls live in Texas and enjoy whatever it is they’re doing, as long as it’s together.

After growing up in a ministry home in Dallas, TX Jason attended Texas A&M University (where he and Emily met…Gig ‘Em!) and began working at a church during his time there. After graduating in 2002 he began his pastoral ministries studies at Dallas Theological Seminary while working in ministry full-time.

In 2008, alongside a core team of people in the North Houston area, Jason had the privilege of planting and leading a church with the Acts29 Network through which he founded a non-profit committed to serving, supporting and equipping foster and adoptive families in the city of Houston. In 2013, combined with 14 years of church-based ministry and leadership experience and his family’s foster and adoptive journey, Jason began working for an organization helping church leaders implement structures and strategies of ministry within their churches to encourage and support foster and adoptive parents. This ultimately led him to his current role as the Director of Church Ministry Initiatives with Christian Alliance for Orphans. In his work he speaks and teaches at churches, conferences, forums and workshops on church-based ministry strategies and best practices as well as encouraging families that are in the trenches and those that are considering getting involved. Much of his time is also spent coaching and consulting with church and organizational leadership teams around the country on how to start, lead and grow ministries within their church or build the most effective church engagement strategies within their organizations.

Jason is the author of ReFraming Foster CareEveryone Can Do SomethingALL IN Orphan Care and he blogs regularly at Jason Johnson | Blog.

Amanda Baird

Amanda Baird

Amanda Baird is currently serving as the Senior Learning Manager with More Than Enough.

It was during an Orphan Sunday service in 2014 that she and her husband Jacob first had their eyes and hearts opened to the great need for loving foster parents in their area. They opened their home the following year and were parents to many kids over the next few years. They currently have three children, both biological and adopted.

Amanda has a degree in Science, Technology and Culture from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She has always loved working with and advocating for children and prior to working at CAFO she was a Kindergarten teacher.

Rachel Wilson

Rachel Wilson

Rachel Wilson is currently serving as the Data Coordinator for More Than Enough. When Rachel was six years old, her family adopted two of her older sisters from Ethiopia, which God has used to place a special burden on her heart for vulnerable children and families. Throughout high school and college, the Lord continued to provide opportunities for her to intern and volunteer with various adoption and foster care agencies, eventually allowing for her to cross paths with the CAFO team! Rachel has enjoyed getting to use her God-given abilities, including her eye for detail and love for data, to serve the CAFO community in her current role.

Rachel graduated from Clemson University in 2019 with a degree in Sociology, and she is currently earning her Master of Social Work degree from the University of South Carolina. In her free time, she enjoys trying new restaurants, going to the movie theater, and serving on the audio/visual production team at her church.

Katie Casselberry

Katie Casselberry

Katie serves as Director of Communications for More Than Enough, where she supports local foster care networks by providing practical communications tools, coaching, and guidance.

Katie joined CAFO from International Justice Mission (IJM), serving as Global Sr. Lead for Brand and PR Messaging. In this role, she led messaging strategy and content for IJM’s global brand, and created trainings and resources to equip staff across IJM’s five regions to amplify and unify IJM’s voice. Prior to her time at IJM, Katie was Director of Marketing and Communications at the Chalmers Center for Economic Development. At Chalmers, she led the content and marketing team as they equipped churches to effectively alleviate poverty in their communities.

Katie has a BA in History from Covenant College, and also has experience in education and curriculum development.

Outside of work, Katie is active in her church and aims to take a short hike on the mountain next door every day (perks of living in Colorado). On the weekends, you’ll find her meandering through a museum, hosting friends for dinner, or attempting to reclaim her classical piano skills.



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