BIRTH GRANDPARENTS ROLE
Written by Deborah.
What rights do birth grandparents have regarding the adoption of their grandchildren?
The perspective and influence of birth grandparents can make or break a successful adoption.
No matter what the age or set of circumstances, the birth parents have the Constitutional right to terminate their rights.
As adults, we should focus on what's in the best interest of the child. As Christians, we should pray for God's clear guidance. As parents, we should agree to what is the best choice for the future welfare of the child. As responsible adults, we should logically and objectively consider the current circumstances of the birth parents and the child's security. Children deserve to be raised in a stable and peaceful home.
Birth grandparents can offer supportive suggestions to the birth parents or undermine an adoption plan. They can encourage the birth parents adoption choices or defeat them with discouragement. Years of parenting expertise can translate into wise counsel or punishment. As Christian birth grandparents, it's prudent to consider the long term benefits and the long term needs for the grandchild.
Christian Adoption prays for birth grandparents to seek divine guidance and direction.
Christian Adoption prays that birth grandparents will offer words of peace and loving kindness to their children (the birth parents.)
Christian Adoption hopes that you will seek God's leading and rest in His peace.
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We encourage you to follow God's loving guidance.
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