By Wanda Parker
What do the Invisible Children of America need?
They need adults in their lives who will nurture them. That doesn’t happen in an afternoon drop-in center. It demands adults who are willing to get involved whole-istically in a kid’s life.
It means going shopping together, traveling together, eating in a fine restaurant together, studying together, going to a basketball game together, going to church together, visiting in each others’ homes.
It demands that this Secondary Nurturer adult builds a quality friendship relationship with the child’s Primary Nurturer.
It takes time – years.