Monotheistic in nature, Christianity is the largest major religion in the world with an estimated 2.2 billion believers. Geographically, it is the most widely spread religion of all the faiths and has significantly impacted world history. It is made up of several sects, the largest starting with the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox churches, and Protestant churches.
Christian beliefs vary widely around the world, but generally these surround the figure Jesus Christ, a Jewish individual who is believed to be the Son of God and savior for all mankind. Basic Christian beliefs focus on the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, practicing his teachings or gospel, and having faith on his name.
There is no official Christian adoption or foster care system; however, many Christians live the teachings of Christ by dedicating their lives by owning, operating, and working in adoption and foster care around the world. Christian adoption and foster care organizations can be found online and in almost every country around the world.