The CAFO Blog

Fields of the Fatherless: By Tom Davis

In Biblical times, God maintained a special provision for the less fortunate. As His people harvested their fields, they were instructed to always leave a portion of the crops for those in need. Today, God’s heart continues to beat for the poor, the widows, and the fatherless. And as His children, our divine commission remains […]


Caring for Orphans

Click on Caring For Orphans to listen/purchase an audio program. When ordinary people come close to the orphan, something unusual usually happens. Hear from three people whose heart for the orphan led them down paths of mercy, advocacy, and eventually adoption. Join us as we go near the orphan.


iCare About Orphans

A ministry of Focus on the Family to raise awareness and offer resources about adoption and the needs of orphans. ‰ “You can make a difference! Christians have a clear command to care for orphans, and there are many ways to get involved‰-praying, giving, mobilizing your church or adopting. Whichever you decide, we‰’ll provide guidance […]


Too Small To Ignore : by Wess Stafford

“The time has come, argues Dr. Wess Stafford, for a major paradigm shift: Children are too important and too intensely loved by God to be left behind or left to chance. Children belong to all of us and we are compelled to intervene on their behalf. We must invest in children‰–all across the world. There […]


The Hole In Our Gospel : By Richard Stearns

Stearns, the CEO of World Vision, says Christians have a huge hole in their lives, an emptiness that comes from ignoring the plight of the poor. He details his own quest to fill this hole by leaving Lenox Inc., where he was CEO, to run a not-for-profit that helps feed, clothe, and educate children worldwide. […]


Red Letters: By Tom Davis

“Red Letters is an inspirational call to action for a church that is in danger of missing God‰’s call to care for the widow and the orphan. This is a book to be studied and shared amongst friends, family, and church members. It addresses one of the biggest gaps in Christianity today‰–the gap between Jesus’ […]