About Us

The Mission

 

To mobilize church communities to care for vulnerable children.

 

Who We Are

Live The Promise depends on a coalition of churches and affiliated non-profits working together. Together, we deploy an effective model–using shared resources, tools, and curriculum–to engage church communities across the United States in Child Welfare. These churches and organizations play a transformative role in the lives of at-risk children.

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Find Live The Promise in your area!

Promise Strategic Partners

Alabama Baptist Children's Homes, Montgomery, AL
All God's Children, Athens, GA
Bloom Foster Care, Fayetteville, GA
Care 4 All Children Services, Duluth, GA
Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO)
Connections Homes, Duluth, GA
DC 1.27, Washington, DC
Devereaux, Kennesaw, GA
Division of Family and Children Services of Georgia (DFCS)
Faces With Names, Bartlesville, OK
Faithbridge Foster Care, Alpharetta, GA
Families First, Atlanta, GA
Foster Hope, Brunswick, GA
Foster The Bay, San Jose, CA
Fostering Together, Alpharetta, GA
Georgia Baptist Children's Homes, Palmetto, GA

Great Heights Foster Care, Atlanta, GA
Jachebed's Hope, Gainesville, GA
Living 127, Roswell, GA
Love One, Savannah, GA
Lutheran Services of Georgia, Rome, GA
Meritan, Cartersville and Macon, GA
Murphy-Harpst, Cedartown, GA
National Youth Advocate Program (NYAP), Augusta, GA
Ray of Hope Foster Care, Union City, GA
Refuge686, Teaneck, NJ
Street Grace, Norcross, GA
The Foster Care Alliance, Clarkston, GA
The Keep, Waxahachie, TX
UNITE!, Gwinnett County Network of Churches, GA
Uniting Hope 4 Children, Loganville, GA
Winshape Foster Homes, Tucker, GA

LIVE THE PROMISE HISTORY

Beginning as a conversation with the Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) in Gwinnett County, GA in the fall of 2012, Live The Promise launched as a desire to discover how Promise686 might work with area churches to recruit and support 100 new foster families in 3 years. As we began to research other ministries around the country with similar goals, we came across 111project in Oklahoma City. Their simple strategy of asking every church to have at least one foster family resonated with our belief that every church should have a Family Advocacy Ministry-a FAM. In January 2013, Promise686 hosted a group of Gwinnett pastors through Unite! to discuss foster care and the role of churches. To our delight, 10 churches stepped up to join us, and Live The Promise was born.