The Joys and Challenges of Adoption - Part 2

Dr. James Dobson
Billy Jack Barrett, Anne Barrett, J.R. Keller, Reyna Keller
Did you know that every year, over 20,000 youth between the ages of 18 and 21 leave the foster care system without finding a forever home? Sadly, there are more than 400,000 kids in foster care in the U.S., waiting to find a family. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson sits down with Billy Jack and Anne Barrett, as well as J.R. and Reyna Keller, who tell how God has honored their sacrificial willingness to open their homes. Reyna shared that when she asked her sixteen-year-old son about what he’s learned while adjusting to a new younger sibling, he replied, "Love is a choice and an action." Indeed, it takes years of unconditional, Christ-like love for these wounded foster care kids to move forward from their painful pasts.
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Billy Jack Barrett, Anne Barrett, J.R. Keller, Reyna Keller

Billy Jack Barrett is a horseman and the former manager of the USAF Equestrian Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is the co-founder and executive director of the Remount Foundation, an organization that provides active-duty military, veterans, first responders and their families with free equine-assisted therapeutic activities within a natural environment and a supportive community to empower them to heal physically, mentally, and spiritually. His wife, Anne Barrett, is a homemaker and homeschooling mom. They have four biological children and five adopted children. 

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