Stephen Story, executive director of Covenant Care Adoption Services, in his Macon office. Since 1989, Covenant Care has ministered to birthmothers, their babies and to adoptive families as they found families for 576 children.
Stephen Story, executive director of Covenant Care Adoption Services, in his Macon office. Since 1989, Covenant Care has ministered to birthmothers, their babies and to adoptive families as they found families for 576 children. Michael W. Pannell Special to The Telegraph
Stephen Story, executive director of Covenant Care Adoption Services, in his Macon office. Since 1989, Covenant Care has ministered to birthmothers, their babies and to adoptive families as they found families for 576 children. Michael W. Pannell Special to The Telegraph

Covenant Care serves mothers, families and children, through caring adoptive services

November 14, 2017 01:17 PM

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