Goldilocks & Foster Care: Too Hard, Too Soft, & Engaging People in Just Right

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Children from difficult places aren't like Goldilocks at all: they're not picky about the food they eat or the beds they sleep in. Glenn Garvin discusses how churches can help these kids find homes that fit "just right."

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