In the province of Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, government provincial leaders estimate there are more than 400 institutional care facilities for children, a large percentage of which go unregistered. Many of the children living in these institutions have parents or relatives who would be able to care for the children themselves if they were supported to do so. The Keeping Families Together Project aims to help families like these, through partnership with local churches, so more children don’t end up in institutional care. The vision of KFT is to see communities, led by the local church, caring for their own orphans, widows, and families at risk, empowered and holistically transformed by God’s love to change their nation. In this interview, I share a little about how the KFT project is working to root and release children and families in Thailand.