Rick Warren exports American-style evangelism—and the gospel of adoption—to Rwanda.
After my parents were divorced I fell in love with the ugliest girl in my white high school. This was what I believed—the love part, I mean; the ugly part was true.
A transracial adoption teaches our writer that issues of race in the U.S. are anything but black and white.
The investigative journalist on the search for Maria Fernanda, the role of Christianity in the trafficking of Guatemalan adoptees, and funding the research for her book via Kickstarter.