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Gotcha Forever: Angels in Adoption

by Paula Redmann   | Photography: Photos by Jacy Zoey, 12, was working on her homework at the kitchen table. Three-year-old whirlwind Ari wanted to run barefoot on the cool, lush grass in the front yard.  Carlie, age...

Look What She Did: Amy Pierce and Laura Ressler

Family-owned businesses are nothing new, but the chances of those family-owned businesses staying in the family for generation after generation aren’t good. The Conway Center for Family Business says only three percent...

Look What She Did: Tabitha Uribe

After moving 35 times in 10 years, Tabitha Uribe and her family have finally found roots in Bismarck, North Dakota. “We left our small town in East Texas in 2008. We bought an RV, packed up the kids, and chased the...

Look What She Did: Kat Socks

Sometimes the best fictional stories come from real life experiences. That’s exactly the case with Kat Socks’ children’s book, “Pickles the Dog.” Pickles is a real dog, adopted by Kat’s mother-in-law after the...

Oh Man: Patrick Atkinson

by Patrick Atkinson  | Submitted Photos Editors’ Note: When planning the articles for this adoption issue, Patrick Atkinson of The GOD’S CHILD Project immediately came to mind for the Oh Man feature. He agreed to...

Do You Know Who You Are?

by Carole Hemingway Questions about my birth used to haunt me when I was younger. Being older now and hopefully wiser, I’m no longer haunted. To set the record straight, I believe in ‘knowing’ who you...

Dolly Dakota: Warrior

by Marci Narum  |  Photography: Photos by Jacy Culture: Anthropology; the sum total of ways of living built up by a group of human beings and transmitted from one generation to another. “I’m 39 and holding!” Dolly...

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