Lubbock family adopts young boy virtually during pandemic
Though courts may not be back in session physically, it isn't stopping families from adding to their forever family. Janice and Brian Whipple from...
Kneeling in prayer
Buckner President Albert Reyes reminds readers of a biblical duty to speak against injustice and act to correct it.
Shelter-in-place as a foster family
As the school year comes to a close, parents nationwide can almost breathe a sigh of relief with the ending of home school in sight. Among these home...
Team George: Lifetime member
Early on a hot August morning in 2018, a local farmer was driving down Hwy 73 near Port Arthur when he spotted cars in front of him swerving to avoid...
'The hardest joy you'll ever experience'
Jimmy and Celeste Dickinson have been parents for a long time and embracing the new season of life called empty nesting. But their definition of...
Rio Grande Valley couple celebrates adoption virtually during the coronavirus pandemic
Amid the global coronavirus pandemic, 2-year-old Jose joined his half-sister as an official member of the Sanchez family on May 13. The judge,...
Virtual adoption ends ‘prayerful journey’ for North Texas couple
The Patterson family's recent virtual court adoption was a joyful ending to a long season of uncertainty and struggle. On April 28, William (8) and...
FC Dallas, Toyota gives free Chick-fil-A lunch to Buckner essential employees
On May 7, Buckner’s frontline essential employees, who help care for vulnerable children, received free Chick-fil-A lunches from FC Dallas and...
Children, communication and the coronavirus
Editors note: The following article written by Buckner International President and CEO Albert Reyes was originally published by the Baptist Standard....
Due to the changing nature of the coronavirus pandemic, the answers to these questions and others may change at any time. These answers are accurate...