• Hi-Lites 2019 Spring

    June 2019 · Newsletters

    New Brand Revealed, Saint Francis at The Mount, Services begin in Gulfport, MS, Secure Care Launched, A Place for 'Bubby', KYAC Youth Conference, General Convention, Mthr. Susanne Serves, Outstanding Appointment. Hi-Lites 2018 Fall edition is available for download.


    Fostering in Faith: Christian and Kaden

    May 2019 · Fostering in Faith

    Little Aubry entered state care when she was just five months old. Although stable, the 2-year-old faces a difficult road ahead. Her biologicial parents are unable to provide for her extensive medical and health needs, so this adorable little girl needs an extra-special forever family.


    Fostering in Faith: Aubry

    March 2019 · Fostering in Faith

    Little Aubry entered state care when she was just five months old. Although stable, the 2-year-old faces a difficult road ahead. Her biologicial parents are unable to provide for her extensive medical and health needs, so this adorable little girl needs an extra-special forever family.


    Fostering in Faith: Aydin

    February 2019 · Fostering in Faith

    Aydin is a creative young man who likes to express himself through arts and crafts. Creating, building, designing, and assembling are therapeutic activities that the 11-year-old finds both calming and engaging.


    Saint Francis Celebrates ‘Forever Families’

    November 2018 · Uncategorized

    Dozens of Kansas children received their forever families last week as their adoptions were finalized at National Adoption Day celebrations hosted by Saint Francis Ministries. Of the nearly 400,000 children in foster care nationwide, more than 115,000 are awaiting adoption. Traditionally scheduled on the Saturday before Thanksgiving Day, National Adoption Day helps raise awareness about the need for adoptive parents and honors those who make the decision to welcome a child into their family.


    A Place to Call Home

    November 2018 · Uncategorized

    Landon was the only child to walk through the Beltz door with a suitcase in his hand. He arrived at their Wichita home with his little red suitcase, packed and ready to leave again at a moment’s notice. That had, after all, been the pattern up to now. “He was very shy and reserved,” said Melanie Beltz. “He didn’t say much at first, but he was polite and helpful. I remember that he had a slip of paper with his grandmother’s phone number on it. He kept in his shoe, and that just about broke my heart.”