OUR TEAM

KENTUCKY OFFICE

All Blessings International is a Christian adoption agency which was founded in Kentucky in 2002, and our Kentucky office continues to be the primary headquarters for our agency. Our Founder, Lucy Armistead, leads the organization with passion and advocacy for children around the world.  Lucy is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and is active in all areas of operation.  Our Kentucky office is led by our Kentucky Office Director, Raven McCrady. ABI’s Office Assistant, Lynne Payne, is the helpful voice you hear when first contacting All Blessings International. Sarah Fisher, ABI’s bookkeeper, assists our families each day. Jennifer Baldwin, ABI’s Executive Assistant, is a woman of many talents and helps in varying areas, including working with families. Our Post Adoption Coordinator, Amy Larkin, and Post Adoption Assistant, Anji Edge, are both based in our Kentucky office. They assist ABI’s families during the post-adoption phase. Diana Boni works remotely as the Haiti Program Coordinator and UAA Coordinator.  Her passion for Haitian children is infectious.  If you ever have a chance to stop by our Kentucky office, we would love to meet you! The Kentucky office is always active as we assist families and children around the world!  Our Kentucky Office has caseworkers located throughout the state of Kentucky to assist adoptive families and expectant families in their adoption process who are searching to work with an ethical, Christian adoption agency.

MISSOURI OFFICE

As God blessed ABI, the agency grew and expanded. In 2008, All Blessings International’s Missouri office opened. Under the guidance of the Missouri Office Director and ABI’s Social Service Director, Emily Mathews, ABI has seen continued growth. Emily is also the program coordinator for ABI’s Hong Kong and Taiwan programs. Kim Gray, Program Coordinator for Burkina Faso and Latvia, has been at the Missouri office since it first opened as well. As the office continued to grow, ABI Missouri was joined by Meryah McGill, who wears many hats, including Social Worker and Dossier Coordinator.  Our Missouri Office has caseworkers located throughout the state of Missouri to assist adoptive families and expectant families who desire to work with an ethical and Christian adoption agency.

INDIANA OFFICE

In 2014, ABI Indiana opened its doors to provide adoption services to families and children in the state of Indiana. The Indiana program is coordinated by our Indiana State Director, Maria Gocke. Maria first began working for ABI in 2008, and enjoys working with families and children. Maria is also the Domestic Adoption Coordinator for ABI’s Domestic Adoption Program. Our Indiana Office has caseworkers located throughout the state of Indiana to assist adoptive families and expectant families who desire to work with an ethical and Christian adoption agency.

TENNESSEE OFFICE

Stephanie Williams, ABI’s Tennessee Office Director, opened ABI Tennessee in 2015. Stephanie, an adoptive mother herself, enjoys serving the families of Tennessee and working to unite families and children. Stephanie is also ABI’s Korea Network Program Coordinator and a Birthmother Counselor. Stephanie is joined by Natasha Foltynewicz, Adoption Case Specialist, in working with adoptive families and expectant families. Our Tennessee Office has caseworkers located throughout the state of Tennessee to assist adoptive families and expectant families who desire to work with an ethical and Christian adoption agency.

All Blessings International continues to see God grow our agency as He opens new doors for ABI. We are blessed to have so many opportunities to provide services to families and children all over the world!

 

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