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On Friday, we experienced the wonder of Victoria Falls from the half cracked window of a moving van, speeding towards what we thought was the plan...then more slowly, with selfies when we pitifully drug our luggage back across the border, feeling the shock of plans denied.

Clement Arts was created to provide hope for the orphan. We are committed to that mission and will keep doing that. During this time of uncertainty in our world, we desire to be a source of hope for everyone seeking it.

Our final segment explaining the differences between adoption and foster care and where to go if you are interested in getting started.

Over the next few weeks, we'll be explaining the differences between adoption and foster care, and where to go if you are interested in getting started.

Over the next few weeks, we'll be explaining the differences between adoption and foster care, and where to go if you are interested in getting started.

Over the next few weeks, we'll be explaining the differences between adoption and foster care, and where to go if you are interested in getting started.

Learn how our Clement Kids Director is inspired by Clement Arts' mission.

To better understand the state of adoption in the U.S., it's important to consider the statistics, the reasons why parents choose to adopt, and the impact of adoption on children.

For families who have adopted internationally or transracially, celebrating a child’s culture of origin can be an amazing way to help a child develop ties to their heritage, and to help the entire family develop an appreciation and love for different cultures that exist both locally and globally!

Help us meet our goal for 2020. Spread the word that there’s a foster care crisis. And then...help us do something about it!

Creativity is an act of warfare. When we create, we are making a statement to the world that darkness doesn’t win.

See how churches and organizations came together to support and celebrate with local foster families.

Clement Kids Spring Semester 2020 begins January 13 and registration is now open! Check out the class schedule and descriptions below, and make sure to register before the classes fill up!

Being a parent or caregiver who is helping a child navigate grief’s often-changing landscape can feel like an overwhelming job at times, but be encouraged!

Clement Kids is financially supporting adoptive families, creating community among parents, giving foster children a safe space to create, and teaching children how our talents glorify God.

Photography as an art form shines light on beauty and truth. Whether we were in front or behind the camera, we joined in an act of defiance against the brokenness of this world to create something beautiful for our own families and the Doblins.

Join us on November 10, 2019 for Stand & Orphan Sunday. On this day, across the nation, churches and individuals will stand for the fatherless—for orphans and children in foster care.

At the core of our Christian walk is our call to help take care of the lost, homeless, hurting, widowed, and fatherless. Not all of us have physically walked this path, but many have walked it aside friends, and many walk it through prayer and awareness support. Though we may not all be called to open our homes to children young and old, we are all commanded to love and care for those in need. It is at the core of our Christian walk: love thy neighbor as yourself; care for the lost, the hurting, the fatherless.

This is why care teams exist. To surround and support weary foster families. To provide tangible support that benefits the children in foster care and those lovingly caring for them.

One by one, people arrived at the Woodruff Park Splash Pad in Columbus on the morning of August 24th to run, walk, and stroll for a very important cause!

Here's the story of how our upcoming Celebration Banquet ballet performance came to be -- beautiful doesn’t even begin to describe what the Lord has been weaving together through the stories of those involved.

Clement Arts' upcoming Celebration Banquet (September 24, 2019) is an opportunity to celebrate God's blessings over the last 7 years as well as dream about what He is calling us to accomplish in the new season ahead.

Looking for ways to get involved in foster care? Here are 5 ideas to consider!

Clement Arts was able to speak with Brooke Saalman on her experience as a Clement Kids dance instructor.

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