The Church and Foster Care – Straight Talk on Life Issues


Continuing where we left off last week, we continue our conversation on the tremendous importance of foster care. Joined again by Sussie Boster, and Jeannie and Renn Law we further unpack the importance of foster care as a ministry. If every church across the country would foster one child, there would be no crisis of children without homes. God commands us to take care of the orphans. We must be pro-life for life and do everything we can to support life from fertilization until natural death. Join us for this important discussion on Straight Talk on Life Issues. 

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Most High King Ministries

Most High King is a Bible-based Christian Ministry where people from all over the globe come together and encourage each other to walk in their purpose in Christ. We work as a united people who respect, love, and pray for others while we share the hope of Jesus with the world. The ministry is dedicated to using in-person and online methods to walk with people from all walks of life as they fulfill their God-given purpose. Our goal is to promote the Gospel in an authentic, modern, yet scripturally sound way to all generations. 

What is a Foster Care Ministry?

Faith Bridge Foster Care

FaithBridge believes that the church is the solution to the foster care crisis.

The church is a ready-made community focused on sharing Christ. Churches are eager to help families and their children in their time of need but aren’t fully equipped to handle all of the specific challenges and needs that a foster care ministry brings. That’s where FaithBridge comes in.

Learn more here.

There are over 400,000 children in U.S. foster care going from family to family.
There are over 100,000 kids in need of a family today.

There are 350,000 Churches in the United States. What if EVERY Church did something?

Backyard Orphans guides church leaders to develop a foster care, adoption, and support ministry.

Adoption and Foster Care Resources

Click here for more resources including information from the National Foster Care and Adoption Directory, the Christian Alliance for Orphans, and advice for expectant mothers considering adoption.

The National Foster Care and Adoption Directory provides foster care and adoption agencies, support groups, and training. Christian Alliance for Orphans unites over 200 organizations and 720 church members and equips Christians for effective adoption and foster care.

A national project working to ensure that children and teens in foster care get safe, loving, permanent families.

AdoptUSKids educates families about foster care and adoption and gives child welfare professionals information and support to help them improve their services. We also maintain the nation’s only federally funded photo listing service that connects waiting children with families.

Hands of Hope

Every day vulnerable children are living outside the care of safe and loving families. In the last year, we’ve helped over 3400 children experience safety and love. We believe God calls all of us to do something. You can serve, pray, or give.

We are a faith-based organization that believes in the power of love to change lives. Our goal is not only to connect these precious children with needed resources, but also provide them with hope and love as they go through life knowing there’s someone out there who cares!


Susie Boster is the mother of 3 grown children, one of whom God sent through adoption.  Lifelong volunteer and heart for children.  Licensed foster parent providing respite and short-term emergency placement.  Leads a vibrant Foster Care Ministry at Church of the Nativity in Leawood, Kansas.   

The ministry meets material needs for children in care, provides wrap around support to foster families and connects mentors with community resources for teens in care. They also support young mothers in care and those who have aged out. 

In 2007, Jeannie Ortega Law had a life-changing divine encounter and decided to change direction and use her gifts for God. Jeannie has a worldwide ministry with her husband,  Rev. Renn Law (Most High King Ministries) and continues to make music from an inspirational perspective. Her on-screen appearances include “One Life to Live,” “Step Up,” and more. Ortega Law now has her own TV-Show “In The Mix” 

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