My Photo


Why am I writing this blog?

In coming to know orphans, I have come to know God in a whole new way. By obeying his Word and stepping out to bless the fatherless, God’s Word has come alive and I have been the one most blessed. It is my desire to share those scriptural truths that God has revealed to me experientially while working in the fields of the fatherless. Through many different people and circumstances in my life, God has gently invited and led me deep into His amazing joy of caring for orphans, and I pray that I might encourage and edify His body in the same way many others have done for me.

Blessings to you,
Kerry Hasenbalg

For more than a decade, Kerry Hasenbalg has worked on behalf of abused, neglected and vulnerable children. Kerry is co-founder and former Executive Director of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI), which serves as an informational and educational source to members of the United States Congress concerning adoption and the needs of orphans and foster children.

Well known in the child welfare community as a gifted speaker and teacher, Kerry has spoken on social welfare topics at such notable locations as C-Span live, Capitol Hill, JCICS, NCFA, National Council for Faith-Based Youth, Moody Broadcasting, Family Life, Focus on the Family, and in churches around the nation. She has traveled to over 30 countries and met with many presidents, prime ministers, and various leaders of government regarding the welfare of orphans, including nations such as China, India, Russia, Romania, Guatemala, and Uganda.

Mrs. Hasenbalg is married to Scott Hasenbalg, the Executive Director of Shaohannah’s Hope. Kerry invests her time supporting Scott and the Shaohannah’s Hope team on a volunteer basis while writing and speaking on occasion, but most importantly, being a mother to their two children.