The Word For Women Network  An Interactive Ministry
Betty and James Robison
Children are  wonderful gifts from God and should
be treated as such.  Unfortunately that is not
always the case.  Everyday you hear of children
who are being abused, neglected, raped, murdered
and abandoned.  And then there are the too
numerous cases of parents not being able to
properly provide for these gifts from God.  And
please let us not forget the children who are sick
and dying.

Often, while watching television, you will see an
advertisement showing a starving child and you
are moved by the site and you say to yourself, "I'm
going to donate, I'm going to feed a child."  But,
before you know it the ad has changed and your
attention is drawn to something else and the child
is forgotten.  Or, maybe you are moved but just
don't have the funds at the time.   And, once again,
you forget.

We have searched the Internet and found
reputable organizations that are truly helping
children.  You can always come here to make a
difference.  Please help as God blesses you.
St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital
unlike any other pediatric
treatment and research
facility. Discoveries made
here have completely
changed how the world
treats children with cancer
and other catastrophic
diseases. With research
and patient care under one
roof, St. Jude is where some
of today's most gifted
researchers are able to do
science more quickly.
You could be
an adoptive
parent if...
Child Welfare Information
connects child
welfare and related
professionals to
comprehensive information
and resources to help
protect children and
strengthen families. We
feature the latest on topics
from prevention to
permanency, including child
abuse and neglect, foster
care, and adoption.
Beware of online
click here for more info
Click here to get the latest
issued Amber Alerts and to
get more information on how
you can help.
Get involved...
Help put an end to the
sexual abuse of our
children.  Click the link
above to make a difference!
You're dependable, with
love to spare.
All children need a stable home
and lots of love; adopted children
even more so.

You know it may not be
"There will always be rough
spots," says Sara Gerstenzang of

You're eager to learn.
Adoptive parents usually go
through 30 to 40 hours of
schooling about adoptive

You're a team player.
"Adoptive parents often work
with a social worker, learning
specialists and more experts to
help their children thrive."
Behold, children are a heritage from the
LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward. Like
arrows in the hand of a warrior are the
children of one’s youth. Blessed is the man
who fills his quiver with them! He shall not be
put to shame when he speaks with his
enemies in the gate.
(Psalms 127:3-5 ESV)
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the logos for help!
Help for families of Inmates
Angel Tree, a program of
Prison Fellowship, reaches
out to the children of inmates
and their families with the
love of Christ. This unique
program gives your church an
opportunity to share Christ’s
love by helping to meet the
physical, emotional, and
spiritual needs of the families
of prisoners.
A Resource for Strengthening

ParentFurther is an online resource to help
families strengthen relationships through
shared activities. Family relationships
provide the foundation from which young
people can develop the motivation and
skills to overcome challenges and thrive.
Sponsor a scholarship. Buy a
textbook. Mentor a student.
Send a care package.
Find out how you can help.
Click here for more information.