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Welcome back to Around The World With The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started The Archibald Project! Caring for orphaned and vulnerable children is one of the most important jobs in the world, but often people are too overwhelmed to get involved or lack the support they need to keep going. Our podcast is a place where you can easily find answers, encouragement, and support. Because when you thrive, children thrive.

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Welcome back to Around The World With The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started The Archibald Project! Caring for orphaned and vulnerable children is one of the most important jobs in the world, but often people are too overwhelmed to get involved or lack the support they need to keep going. Our podcast is a place where you can easily find answers, encouragement, and support. Because when you thrive, children thrive.

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This podcast is engaging, encouraging, and challenging. Would 10/10 recommend. ✌🏻

Amazing!

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Love this podcast and the inspiration behind it!

iTunes Ratings

96 Ratings
Average Ratings
90
3
1
0
2

!!!

By Hannah Rodriguez - Oct 18 2019
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This podcast is engaging, encouraging, and challenging. Would 10/10 recommend. ✌🏻

Amazing!

By ryleebaby - Oct 17 2019
Read more
Love this podcast and the inspiration behind it!
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Welcome back to Around The World With The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started The Archibald Project! Caring for orphaned and vulnerable children is one of the most important jobs in the world, but often people are too overwhelmed to get involved or lack the support they need to keep going. Our podcast is a place where you can easily find answers, encouragement, and support. Because when you thrive, children thrive.

Rank #1: 6. Sara and BJ Brawner - The Beauty and Tragedy in Becoming Foster Parents

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Meet Sara and BJ Brawner. Our paths crossed a few years ago on a magical little app called Instagram. We quickly became real life friends and shared the struggle of desiring a family and having our hearts broken by the orphan crisis. Fast forward 2 years and BJ and SK (Sara's full name is Sara Katherine) have moved out to the country, walked through 4 devastating miscarriages and are currently fostering 4 children 5 and under. 

"We've resolved to not protect ourselves."

"When you love someone, you always run the risk of loosing them, no matter the relationship."

In this podcast you hear the realness behind two foster parents trying to daily navigate a hard system in a broken world. If you've ever wondered if you could do it, if you could foster, please take a moment to listen to this important and inspiring podcast. 

Above photos by: @skbrawner3 + @billyjackbrawner3

Nov 16 2015

55mins

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Rank #2: 16. Kisses From Katie Author Katie & Benji Majors Talk About Adoption and Life In Uganda

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In today's interview we bring you Katie and Benji Majors. Katie is a New York Times Best Selling Author for her book Kisses From Katie. However, during our time with the Majors we take you beyond the book and bring you their perspective on getting married in Uganda, what it was like adopting 13 girls as a single twenty something, becoming a new husband and dad to 13 girls, running their organization, Amazima and some invaluable lessons they've learned along the way! 

Amazima Website
Amazima Facebook
Amazima Instagram
Katie's Twitter
Benji's Twitter

Jun 22 2016

54mins

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Rank #3: 27. What You Need To Know About Foster Care With Foster Parents Cara & Nick

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May is National Foster Care Month in the states and we’ve been bringing you first hand stories about the system all month long. On our blog we’ve had foster parents, siblings and volunteers share their wisdom and experience and on our podcast we’ve interviewed an adult who aged out of the foster care system and a single foster mom.
In today’s interview we hear how one successful couple opened their home to vulnerable children only to be changed for the better. We are so excited to bring you our interview with Cara and Nick, who are foster and adoptive parents.
Cara and Nick have so much wisdom to share, I honestly think I said wow over 100 times. Today we hear Cara’s passion about giving her entire heart to her children, we hear the couple’s desire for more people to get involved in foster care, we discuss how foster care has changed their biological children for the better, we hear about what it was like bringing a 14 year old into their home and how they have fallen head over heels for her!
Cara and Nick are so honest and share their initial fears about foster care. If you or anyone you know has ever thought about fostering then this is the podcast for you! So share it! That’s how we get more people involved and thats how we end the orphan crisis! The more stories the world hears about normal people getting involved in orphaned and vulnerable children’s lives, the more children will be cared for and the less children we will loose to the orphan crisis and broken systems! So share, share share!
Okay, guys, thanks so much for tuning in, we’re honored you’re here! Now sit back, relax and enjoy our interview with Cara and Nick!

Keep up with Cara!
Cara's Instagram
Cara's Website
 

May 31 2017

37mins

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Rank #4: 39. Give Bio Families A Chance - An Inspiring Conversation With Foster Mom, Sherry and Bio Mom, Kami

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Welcome back to Around the World with The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started our orphan care advocacy organization, The Archibald Project. We've been working hard to tell inspiring stories about vulnerable children ever since and our goal is to ultimately end the global orphan crisis through storytelling! We believe that the more people who see and hear our stories then the more people who will be inspired to get involved and help end the orphan crisis!

In today's episode, we have the most inspiring conversation with foster mom Sherry, and her foster son's biological mom, Kami! We are thankful for Sherry's vulnerability as she shares how learning to love Kami and her family did not happen over night, as well as Kami's struggle to love and trust someone was hard at first, but so worth it. Although having had a rough start to their relationship, we see how loving a biological mom and cheering her on can change a family's outcome. After years of her son being in Sherry's home, Kami's son was reunified with Kami and her husband! Talk about inspiring and sacrificial love...

During our conversation Sherry and Kami talk about the awkward first car ride that Sherry offered after a visit, and the unexpected surprise visit Kami got on Christmas Eve from Sherry and her entire family. They share that listening and learning to press into love, even when it's hard, is always worth it.

I can pretty much guarantee that your hearts will be challenged to love harder after listening to our conversation with Sherry and Kami! We hope you enjoy our conversation with these two incredible women!

Jun 13 2018

39mins

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Rank #5: 40. Foster and Adoptive Parents Going From 0-6 kids in 3 Years!

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Welcome back to Around the World with The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started our orphan care advocacy organization, The Archibald Project. We've been working hard to tell inspiring stories about vulnerable children ever since and our goal is to ultimately end the global orphan crisis through storytelling! We believe that the more people who see and hear our stories then the more people who will be inspired to get involved and help end the orphan crisis! 

In today's episode, we have an inspiring conversation with Daniel and Shellee Hyde! Daniel and Shellee went from 0 to 6 kids in just 3 years! They share with us how they made the jump from 0 to 6, and what becoming foster parents was like for them and how it lead to the adoption of 4 of their children! During our conversation, Daniel and Shellee open up and give us a front row seat to what it was like to just show up and be consistent with the kids that came in and out of their care, even when there wasn't certainty or permanency in their journey.

Enjoy our encouraging conversation with foster and adoptive parents, Daniel and Shellee!

Instagram: @thehyde.life

Jun 27 2018

41mins

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Rank #6: 3. Adoption, Moving To Uganda and Marriage With Mary + JP McLeod

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In our third episode of Around The World With The Archibald Project we sit down and chat with our friends Mary and JP McLeod. We met Mary in 2013 and then JP in 2014 as he traveled to Uganda to spend time with Mary and fall in love with the Ugandan people. 

Mary and JP currently live in Los Angeles, CA running their respective businesses as wedding photographer and DJ. This November they are moving to Uganda to start their family and pursue storytelling for organizations in Eastern Africa. As much as they love dreaming big dreams, they have learned to surrender all plans to God and let Him have complete control on writing their story! 

Listen to our third podcast to find out why Mary and JP are moving to Uganda, how you can learn more about their story and a few of their favorite things about one another! You guys will seriously want to listen to their wisdom, they have a lot to offer! Oh, and they may or may not have obliged us by playing a quick game at the end of the interview! 

As promised, you can find all of the links we shared in today's episode here:

Mary's blog: www.wanderingwithmary.com
McLeod's Moving to Uganda: 
www.youcaring.com/gowithlove
Mary's Instagram: @wanderingwithmary
JP's Instagram: @jpmcleod
Mary's Photography Business: 
www.floatawaystudios.com
JP's DJ Business: www.iamdjp.com

Oct 02 2015

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Rank #7: 11. Jamie Ivey's Advice About Adoption and Motherhood

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Some of you may know Jamie Ivey and her incredibly fun podcast, The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey. For those of you who have not had the pleasure of listening to Jamie’s personal podcast and reading her witty blog posts, Ivey is a 37 year old mother of 4 who has learned how to walk through life, adoption, marriage and motherhood with a lot of grace and humor. 

Today in our interview with Jamie we take you behind the scenes and ask her some personal and fun questions that will leave you surprised by her answers! Find out what advice this mom, who has adopted 3 children, would give to a newly adoptive family, what she wishes she would have known 6 years ago as she brought home two children from Haiti, what you would discover if you were a fly on her wall, and how she does it all! Seriously y’all, she does it all. Blogger, Podcaster, speaker, emcee, wife, mom, friend, AND to top it all off, she’s adding book author to the list! 

Enjoy!

Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey Podcast
Jamie's Website
Jamie's Instagram
Jamie's Twitter
SURRENDER TShirt!

Jamie's Podcast with Archibald Project co-founder Whitney Runyon here!

All photos above by Jamie's personal Instagram!

Apr 19 2016

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Rank #8: 26. Life As A Single Foster Mom With Millie Holloman

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Meet Millie Holloman. In today's episode of Around the World with The Archibald Project we are so excited to introduce you to single Foster and Adoptive mom, Millie Holloman! Millie started her foster journey 3 years ago as a single 33 year old photographer living in North Carolina.
Through out 8 placements she found 2 of her children, a little girl who was adopted this past March and her son whom she will adopt soon!
During our interview with Millie we find out what prompted her to enter foster care initially, we find out what emotions and experiences she's had with children entering her home aging from 5 weeks to 20 years old and we hear her heartfelt wisdom about consistently showing and extending love to vulnerable children.
If you’ve ever considered getting involved in Foster Care, even as a volunteer and not a parent, this podcast is for you!
Oh, and yes, this sweet girl above might look familiar, as you've probably seen her on Good Morning America or a famous blog circulating your social media feeds :)

Below are the photos Millie talks about in the podcast that ultimately took her adoption viral and landed her and sweet Wren on Good Morning America and other news shows around the nation.

Keep up with Millie!
Millie's Instagram
Millie's Facebook
Millie's Website


See the Hollomans on Good Morning America HERE!

May 17 2017

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Rank #9: 36. Hallie Graves, Single Foster Mom and Lawyer Extraordinaire!

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Welcome back to Around the World with The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started our orphan care advocacy organization, The Archibald Project. We've been working hard to tell inspiring stories about vulnerable children ever since and our goal is to ultimately end the global orphan crisis through storytelling! We believe that the more people who see and hear our stories then the more people who will be inspired to get involved and help end the orphan crisis! 

In today's interview we have an inspiring conversation with one of our dear friends, Hallie Graves! We’ve known Hallie for a few years and have gotten a front row seat to her journey to becoming a foster mom. Hallie is wonder woman in our eyes. Not only is Hallie an intentional friend, but she is a full time lawyer and a single foster mom, just to name a few. Hallie shares really practical advice for how to set your life up to receive a foster child and walks us through what a day in the life looks like for her and her 3 month old foster son. Towards the end of our conversation, Hallie shares with us some easy ways that you can get involved in foster care without becoming a foster parent.

I can assure you that Hallie’s life and passion to help vulnerable children will most definitely inspire you. Enjoy our conversation with the amazing Hallie Graves!

-Hallie's Instagram
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List of ways to support foster families (as discussed during podcast)!

May 02 2018

40mins

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Rank #10: 5. What You Need To Know About Adoption and Foster Care - Kendell and Patrick Borkowskie

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Meet Kendell, Patrick and their son Lidell Borkowski! We had the honor of spending 8 days with Kendell during our April 2015 Media Mission. We saw her heart for justice and serving others and loved getting to know the passion behind her action. 

In our 5th episode of Around The World with The Archibald Project we sit down with Kendell and her husband Patrick and learn about their private adoption, future foster care process and their heart for children. 

Something we are excited to share with you is the foster organization with whom they are working. You see, often times we hear the term 'foster to adopt', but the organization the Borkowskis' have chosen to work with promotes reunification. So click play to learn about reunification, what a private domestic adoption can look like and to hear a little bit of their passion filled story!  

Links From Today's Show:
Angels Foster Family Network: http://angelsfoster.org
Fostering Hope: 
http://www.fosteringhopefoundation.org
Hey Sunshine Blog: http://www.heysunshineblog.com
Kendell's Instagram: @hey_sunshine_blog
Family photos from above: www.reamsphoto.com

Oct 29 2015

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Rank #11: 4. How We Fought To Make Our Adoption Ethical - Wellon and Stephen Bridgers

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If you've been following us on Instagram, then over the last week you've witnessed the Bridgers welcome Leila and Daniel into their family! In our fourth episode of Around the World with The Archibald Project we sat down the night before Gotcha Day and interviewed Stephen and Wellon! We were able to hear their heart and excitement and learn from some of the hard things they had to walk through during the adoption process. 

The Bridgers began the process to adopt from DRC 3 1/2 years ago. After 2 years of waiting, they were matched with the most precious twin boys. As it turns out, through much misleading, many layers of fraud and brokenness and the exploitation of vulnerable families the Bridgers learned that the boys with whom they had been matched were actually wanted by their birth family. Instantly Stephen and Wellon knew they could not proceed with the adoption. The experience opened their eyes tremendously and as they began to recover from that experience, they felt truly called to find and partner with an organization more long-term that was caring more holistically for not only the orphan, but for the vulnerable family—the desperate mama, the poor community, as a whole. 

Several months later, they stumbled upon Mwana Villages (www.mwanavillages.org) and in the past months have become close friends with the co-founders,  Cheryl and Lambert. Their organization, located in Pointe Noire, Republic of Congo (not to be confused with DRC) is an AMAZING grass-roots organization that cares for vulnerable women to help them start their own business, older orphans and street children to put them through school or training programs, and—most recently (as of last June in its opening) an abandoned baby home. 

Mwana Villages Website: www.mwanavillages.org
Mwana Villages Facebook: www.facebook.com/mwanavillages
Mwana Villages Instagram: www.instagram.com/mwanavillages
The Archibald Project's Instagram: www.instagram.com/thearchibaldproject

Oct 15 2015

37mins

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Rank #12: 18. How I Became A Single Foster and Adoptive Mom With Kaley Eggers

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Deciding to adopt or foster a vulnerable child is a really big deal. So many thoughts and questions and considerations go into such a major life decision. We meet many single adults who express the desire to foster or adopt but don't feel like they can as a single person. Well, today, in our episode 18, we introduce you to Kaley Eggers, a single foster/adoptive mama! Kaley shares so much wisdom on entering the foster system as a single woman in her 20's and we greatly encourage you all to share this podcast with anyone you know considering foster or adoption, especially as a single adult! 

Kaley's Website
Kaley's Instagram
Kaley's National Foster Care Post for T.A.P
 

Aug 24 2016

42mins

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Rank #13: 25. What It's Like Growing Up In Foster Care With Meaghan Martin

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For those of you who are new to our podcast, welcome! We’re a husband and wife duo who founded our nonprofit, The Archibald Project back in 2012. The Archibald Project is an orphan care advocacy organization and we use media to tell stories. Our stories advocate for orphans, educate on orphan care, build community and inspire people into action. And because The Archibald Project exits fewer children are called orphan! 

May is National Foster Care Awareness month, and while we aren't calling children in Foster Care orphans, they are vulnerable, and we advocate for orphaned and vulnerable children. Kids in the system are definitely vulnerable. Today, we are so honored to start the month off with our guest, Meaghan Martin, who is a former foster youth. Meaghan shares with us today what led to her entering the foster care system on her 15th birthday, what it was like entering new homes and how she over came the odds and is a strong and successful woman today. 

We would love to have you share our podcasts and stories with your friends and family, because we truly believe that the more people who are exposed to our media, the more people will be inspired to get involved in vulnerable children’s lives all over the world. 

Alright guys, thanks so much for tuning in and enjoy our inspiring and insightful interview with Meaghan.

Keep up with Meaghan!

Meaghan's Twitter!
Meaghan's Instagram!
A really inspiring interview with Meaghan!
Meaghan's scholarship for Foster Youth!

May 10 2017

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Rank #14: 32. Down Syndrome and Adoption With Lisa Eicher

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Welcome back to Around the World with The Archibald Project! Today we are so excited to kick off National Adoption Month by bringing you a podcast with our namesake's mama, Lisa Eicher! 

You see, we traveled with the Joey Eicher to Bulgaria in 2011 and documented the adoption of Archie, who was 7 at the time. We returned home, put the photos on Facebook and went about our lives. A few weeks later a stranger messaged us and said that because of our photos of Archie's adoption they found their son and were now adopting a chronically ill child from Ukraine!!! And that's when we discovered the power of storytelling to help vulnerable children!

In today's interview we talk about how the Eicher family decided to enter into down syndrome adoption, how their family of 6 was affected by Hurricane Harvey and how feelings of love and attachment don't always come so easily in adoption.

Lisa opens up about the hardships of bonding with her older daughter and how the loving emotions didn't just happen automatically and you guys she gives great advice if you're experiencing this in your own adoption! This is definitely an interview you do not want to miss!

If you have a movement would you head over to our iTunes page and write a quick review for us? Reviews help others out there find our podcast and we have heard from many of you that because of our podcast many of you have started the foster care process, adoption process or begun sponsoring children in group homes! So you see, people really do need to find our podcast as it is impacting children and families all over the world! 

Lisa's Instagram
Lisa's Blog
Archie's Adoption 

Nov 01 2017

34mins

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Rank #15: 13. The 411 on Foster Care With Social Worker Kayleigh Cunningham

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The month of May is national foster care month here in the states so we’re switching up our podcast release format a bit. We normally release a new podcast every other week, but with all the powerful and exciting stories in the world of foster care, we’ll be releasing a new podcast every week of this month. Last week we interviewed an adult adoptee from the foster care system who is now a charismatic television producer who uses all of her free time advocating for orphans so make sure you listen to that when you get a chance! And this week we are so excited to bring a new perspective to you guys from foster care director, Kayleigh Cunningham. Kayleigh is one of the people who helps find families for children who have just been removed from their homes. Talk about an intense job, right?

Listening to Kayleigh’s wisdom and insight from a behind the scenes perspective is heart breaking, inspiring and so insightful. In today’s episode we cover what you need to know about the foster care system, why children are taken from their families, insight on birth parent’s perspectives, some beautiful moments of healing in children of trauma, how you can learn more about fostering in your state and what the first steps are to get more information on foster care! 

So sit back, relax and enjoy our time with Kayleigh!

www.starry.org
Child Welfare
The Archibald Project Foster State Index

May 12 2016

29mins

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Rank #16: 28. What It's Like Growing Up In Foster Care With Former Foster Youth - Carlina

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We have continued on from May's National Foster Care month to share even more inspiring foster stories. One huge part of the system are the children who age out without ever finding a forever home. Today we get to talk with one of those children, Carlina Shotwell.

During our time with Carlina we talk about the day when she and her four siblings were separated, the different homes she was placed, the raw emotions she felt and still feels today, her current relationship with her biological mother, and the book she wrote to inform and inspire people about the desire foster youth have for a family! 

Carlina is honest and inspiring; she knows the system was created as a good thing to help children but also wants to shed light on the problems it holds within. This podcast will make you laugh while still informing you of how some youth deal with being placed and passed through foster care. 

Definitely stay through until the end to hear about one of Carlina's recent accomplishments! Sit back, relax, and enjoy our interview with Carlina! 

Keep up with Carlina!
Carlina's Website
Carlina's Instagram
Buy her book: HERE
 

Jun 14 2017

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Rank #17: 31. Co-Founders Whitney & Nick Runyon Interview Each Other For TAP's 6th Anniversary!

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Welcome to our 6 year anniversary of the very first adoption we documented! 6 years ago today we photographed an adoption in a Bulgarian orphanage where the photos inspired another family to adopt. It was then that we saw the power of storytelling and realized that we could use our gifts to advocate for vulnerable children all over the world! 

In today's episode of Around the World with The Archibald Project we get up close and personal while Whitney and Nick interview each other. We love interviewing outside guests but thought it would be special to interview one another about the past 6 years. We look back, laugh and share memories that you've never heard! We also share an exciting new project that we've been working hard on toward the end of the interview! 

You'll hear Nick embarrass Whitney as he confesses what our organization was originally named, you'll find out what the Runyon's future hopes for The Archibald Project are, you'll laugh as the couple bickers about accuracy of memories and you'll be impassioned by their passion to see the orphan crisis eliminated! 

Thank you guys so much for tuning in! YOU are apart of our movement and together we can all work towards ending this crisis!!!

If you guys enjoy our podcast we'd love to have you give it a quick review right here! (Click 'View in iTunes' right below our Podcast graphic to write a review!)

Keep up with Whitney here!
Keep up with Nick here!
Keep up with their Behind the Scenes travels here!

Photos from Archie's Adoption:

Aug 08 2017

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Rank #18: 17. Joe & Jessica Honegger Talk About International Adoption and Starting Noonday Collection

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In today's podcast we introduce you to Jessica and Joe Honegger! Some of you might know Jessica as the founder of the incredibly successful fair-trade: Noonday Collection, but today we're taking you behind the scenes! Learn how Jessica and Joe met and fell in love, hear how they decided on international adoption and of course we talk about how Noonday was founded! The Honeggers also share some helpful advice about the adoption journey and share what was harder and what was easier in adoption than they might have anticipated. 

If you guys are interested in learning more about Noonday and how they are changing the world through ethical artisan programs in vulnerable communities, please head to their website here

Also, remember, we exist to end the orphan crisis but we can only do this together! Which means we would love to have you share our podcast with your friends and family so that other might be inspired to care for the orphan! 

Thanks guys! Now enjoy our time with the Honeggers! 

Jessica's Instagram
Noonday's Instagram
Noonday's Website!

(Above photos by Jessica's Instagram, Scott Wade + Wynne Elder!)

Jul 27 2016

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Rank #19: 37. Adoption, Bonding Trips and Life With The Mwana Mamas

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Welcome back to Around the World with The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started our orphan care advocacy organization, The Archibald Project. We've been working hard to tell inspiring stories about vulnerable children ever since and our goal is to ultimately end the global orphan crisis through storytelling! We believe that the more people who see and hear our stories then the more people who will be inspired to get involved and help end the orphan crisis! 

In today's episode, I catch up with 4 of my amazing friends and fellow adoptive mamas, aka the 'Mwana Mamas' as we like to call ourselves. When Nick and I traveled to Congo to meet our kids for the first time, we were with these women and their husbands! The leading up to traveling to Congo, while we were in country and in the waiting since returning from Congo, these women have encouraged me, laughed with me and cried with me through many different seasons.

During our conversation we share some memorable moments from our time in Congo, some difficult memories, and we cry and laugh a lot. Our hope is that you would feel encouraged to find people that you can walk through the adoption journey with.

I hope you enjoy my conversation catching up with the amazing Mwana Mamas!

May 16 2018

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Rank #20: 21. Choosing Faithfulness Over Comfort with Adoptive Parents Kayla & Jonny Craig

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Today we are excited to introduce you to the Craig Family!

Our Episode 21 interview is full of wisdom and love. You'll hear adoptive parents, Kayla and Jonny Craig share about their desire to adopt, love their kids well, how they've grown from seeing their son persevere through pain and why they choose a life of faithfulness over comfort!

If you've ever thought about adoption and wondered if you could do it, we know this podcast is for you! The Craigs help us understand what it's like to adopt and parent a child with needs and share knowledge from a road made by walking.

To follow more of the Craig's journey, visit:

Kayla's Instagram: @kayla_craig
Kayla's Blog:  
manysparrows.me
Jonny's website/podcast: 
200churches.com
Jonny's Twitter: 
@200churches

AND you can purchase your own copy of Just Really Joseph, Kayla's book about international adoption and birth mom love at:
www.justreallyjoseph.com

Dec 14 2016

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