Post Tagged with: "Korean adoption"

Adoptee Scholars

Korean-American

Korean-American

One adoptee’s story of discovering his identity. 

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From the Field

Shelter From the Storm

Shelter From the Storm

At several shelters across Korea, Holt helps unwed mothers grow stable and self-reliant, regardless of whether they choose to parent or relinquish their child.

by × April 21, 2014 × 2 comments

A Look Back

Bertha Holt with Vice President Hubert Humphrey at the American Mother of the Year presentation, 1966.

In Her Own Words

A tribute to Bertha Holt on what would have been her 110th birthday.

by × February 11, 2014 × 2 comments

Children Who Give

Jake and Chloe with their parents, Brian and Christine.

Score One for Holt

As part of a service learning project at his school, Holt adoptee Jake Schunke uses his love of hockey to raise funds for orphaned and abandoned children in Korea.

by × November 11, 2013 × 6 comments

Adoptees Today

Natalie with her birth mother and sister in San Francisco.

Meeting My Birth Family

Before traveling on Holt’s heritage tour of Korea, adoptee Natalie Anderson initiated a search for her birth family. Five months later, she reunites with a family who has long awaited meeting her.

by × November 11, 2013 × 3 comments

Adoptees Today

Seventeen years after they arrived in the U.S., the girls and their mothers reunite at Kathryn’s home in Minnesota. From left, Annie and Kay Detweiler, Sarah and Janelle Lutjens, and Kathryn Kaiser with her mom, Sheryl.

Coming Full Circle

Three Korean adoptees reunite for the first time since they came home to their adoptive families in the U.S.

by × September 3, 2013 × 0 comments

Adoptees Today

The Woman Who Blessed a Thousand Children

The Woman Who Blessed a Thousand Children

Before he joined his adoptive family in the U.S., Holt adoptee Jordan Love stayed  for a time in Molly Holt’s care at the Ilsan Center in Korea – a time for which he will always be grateful.

by × July 17, 2013 × 3 comments

Adoptees Today

The Woman Who Serves in Faith

The Woman Who Serves in Faith

Holt adoptee and former Holt board member Steven Stirling reflects on Molly Holt’s many years of service to children. Steven lived at the Ilsan Center in Korea before he was adopted in 1966, at the age of 11.

by × July 17, 2013 × 0 comments

From the Family

A Month With Molly

A Month With Molly

Holt adoptive mom Kristine Piu has adopted two boys with special needs from the Ilsan Center in Korea. Both are now thriving. Both began their journey at Molly’s House.

by × July 17, 2013 × 0 comments