• Fostering Is a Family Affair

    November 2018 · Foster Care / Adoption,Uncategorized

    Lydia Lund prayed for eight years that her husband, Tyler, would share in her desire for them to become foster parents. Thanks to a career in social work, she knew firsthand the effect a good foster parent can have on the life of a child. Although not completely opposed to the idea, Tyler just wasn’t sure if it was a good option for them. He and Lydia had recently started their own family and already had two little girls, ages five and two. Then one day, following a conversation with friends who are foster parents, something clicked with Tyler. Three weeks later the Salina couple were in a foster parent training course. “I knew that once he decided, we would go all in,” said Lydia.


    Hi-Lites 2018 Fall

    November 2018 · 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.


    Teach Them to Realize Their Worth

    October 2018 · Uncategorized

    It took an empty nest and a baby girl to show Lynda Cantu her life’s vocation. Four years ago, her mother called and asked her to take in Lynda’s six-months-old niece for a while. The child was about to be placed in foster care, and Lynda was the only family member qualified to keep her. She agreed, little realizing how that decision would affect her family and her life.


    Fostering in Faith: Gage

    August 2018 · Uncategorized

    Gage was left with a sense of abandonment. That’s why this energetic, eager, and affectionate 7-year-old desperately needs a family to love and accept him unconditionally.


    KidzKamp wraps up another great weekend

    June 2018 · Uncategorized

    Nearly 70 kids had a blast last weekend during three fun-filled days at the 2018 KidzKamp in Salina, Kansas. Once again, Saint Francis staff and volunteers hosted children from all over the state at the Webster Conference Center, bringing smiles to the faces of children in need of a few days of carefree summer fun.