Pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means caring for orphans

James 1:27

Throughout scripture, the responsibility of the church towards orphans is highlighted. At Beulah, we want to gather information on how we can more effectively support and highlight adoption and fostering.

Have you been involved with adoption or fostering OR are you interested in learning more about how Beulah can engage with families who are on this journey?




Have you ever thought that God may be calling you to adopt or foster a child? Would you like to officially take the first step? Hear from families pursuing and involved in adopting/fostering as well as from a senior representative from the Alberta Government Child and Family Services Division who will provide information about a variety of adoption agencies.

If you are thinking about or are in the process of pursuing adoption or fostering, this session is a mandatory step in the process and will be counted officially.


Connect and socialize with others who share an interest or involvement in adoption or fostering.

When the Ebola crisis swept across Africa and there were so many children who were left without parents, I think God started doing a work in me. Saying, “You could do more, you could step up.” I am an adoptive father of two boys from Columbia… Jesus has clearly orchestrated everything. From the specific boys that I now have, to bringing me through the process and prompting me in the first place. I am definitely grateful for what Jesus has done in my life and in the lives of the boys.

Brian Hunt