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Lifeline Children's Services

Ministry Description
Lifeline Children's Services received its license to operate as a non-profit child-placing agency from the Alabama Department of Human Resources in September 1981. Since that time, Lifeline has placed hundreds of children for adoption both domestically and internationally. Lifeline Village, Lifeline's maternity and long-term care homes, was founded in 1984 to meet the needs of birthmothers by providing a stable and nurturing home environment. Lifeline seeks to make an investment in the lives of children, mothers in the wake of crisis, families wanting the blessing of a child and orphans around the globe needing the love and nurturing environment only a family can provide. Lifeline is a non-denominational, Christian ministry.
Ministry Details
Location: Birmingham, AL
Founded: 1981
Tel: (205) 967-0811
Top Leader: Mr. Herbert M. Newell
Donor Contact: Mr. Jeff Kunard
Member Since: June 14, 2007
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Support Lifeline as we seek to equip the body of Christ to manifest the Gospel to vulnerable children. We are a non-denominational, Christian ministry who assists young women experiencing a crisis pregnancy, assists missional Christian adoptive parents to adopt domestically or internationally, and seeks to care for those who won't be adopted by partnering with indigenous churches.We want to see vulnerable children and their communities transformed by the gospel and making disciples.
Ministry Sectors & Types
Ministry Sectors
  • Children
  • Ministry Types
  • Adoption (primary)
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