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More Than Enough

The words “not enough” are heard every day in our nation’s foster care system. The More Than Enough Podcast connects you to people, ideas, and tools that will help you and your community work together to fill the biggest gaps in caring for children and families where you live. Together, you can move from not enough to more than enough.

The Fostering Church

This limited series is specifically designed to help you grow your church’s foster care ministry – no matter where you are on the journey. In each episode you’ll hear Jason Johnson and Jason Weber talk with a real-life church ministry leader about some foundational elements of what it means to be a “fostering church”. You’ll gain insight on where to focus your efforts and the encouragement you need to help you take your next best steps forward.

Foster Movement

The limited-series Foster Movement Podcast connects you to the voices who know the world of foster care best: former foster youth. Their insights will encourage and challenge you, helping you effectively serve children and families where you live.

Justice + the Inner Life

Discover the habits and disciplines of a spiritual life that keep us steadfast and vibrant in the long, hard work of justice and mercy.


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