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Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Who Are Looking To Adopt

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Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, "have a distinctive perspective on children.  We look on the bearing and nurturing of children as port of God's plan and a joyful and sacred duty of those given the power to participate in it.  In our view, the ultimate treasure on earth and in heaven are our children and our posterity.  Therefore, we much teach and contend for principles and practices that provide the best conditions for the development and happiness of children - all children." Dallin H. Oaks

A Distinctive Perspective on Children

Bearing and Nuturing of Children is Part of God's Plan

A Joyful and Sacred Duty To Those Given the Power to Participate in it

Teach and Contend for Principles and Practices

Best Conditions for the Development and Happiness of Children




Domestic Agency and Direct Adoption

Domestic adoption refers to adoption adoptions done within your own country.  This is generally done by 1.. Connecting directly with an expectant mother or a mother that already has a child that wants to place that child for adoption. 2.  Working with a child placing agency that matches you with an expectant mother who they are supporting.  There are pros and cons to both of these ways of adoption domestically.  See the chart below.

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Foster Care and Domestic Refugee

There are children in the foster care system.  Many of these children are there on a temporary bases and will return to their biological parents however there are many where the rights of there biological parents have been terminated and these children are free for adoption and are anxious to be placed into a home and family.  The age of these children ranges from newborn to 18 years of age.


International Adoption

International adoption refers to adopting children from countries other then where you live.  This too can be done either directly with an expectant parent, parent who has children and or it can be done in connection with an agency that has accreditation to do international adoptions.    

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Common Concerns That Hold Us Back

A desire to do the right thing

Cultural pressure to have an ideal family

Sharing parental responsibility

My spouse wants to adopt but I'm not as sure

How will others feel about it

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are commonly asked questions and answer regarding adoption that families adopting belonging to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saint has asked


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