Michigan Hosts Annual ‘Adoption Day,’ Children Find Forever Families in Christian Homes

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The state of Michigan recently held its 12th annual “Adoption Day,” seeing dozens of children across the state officially joined to their forever families.

Adoption Day, which is a tradition every Tuesday before Thanksgiving Day, is co-sponsored by the Michigan Supreme Court, the Michigan Department of Human Services, the Child Welfare Services division of the State Court Administrative Office and Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange.

A number of counties across the state observed the occasion, with several Christian couples adding new members to their family.

Ottawa County Family Court Judge Kent Engle hosted the perhaps most highlighted adoption ceremony in the state last week, as five couples beamed while they spoke of the joys of adoption.

Written by Heather Clark
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