Friday, September 2, 2011

Did You? Are You? Do You?

Are you struggling post-adoption?

Did you adopt a special needs kiddo?

Did you adopt an older kiddo?

Do you need tools to help you and your adopted child attach, bond, connect...survive?

Do you know someone who is considering an adoption disruption?

Does your church need tools to help adoptive families?

Are you in the process of adopting?

Are you considering adoption?

Do you know someone in any of these categories?

If so, please check out this amazing opportunity.  Click HERE to learn more (and read info below).

Don't forget that you'll get a 50% discount on your registration when you use the code BOSSYOURHEART.

This incredible event, featuring is just TWO WEEKS away.  Hurry and register today!

And today you have a special opportunity to listen to Robin and Paul Pennington (co-founders of Hope for Orphans) on FamilyLife radio talk show, specifically discussing the role of the church in serving families with special needs kiddos.  Click HERE to see when/how to listen in.

Introducing the Hope For Orphans Institute
A crisis is brewing in the adoption movement. As more and more families adopt, the number of adoptive families struggling with a special needs, older child or at risk adoption continues to rise. In fact, at Hope for Orphans, we have been seeing the impact of these struggles – maxed out stress levels, families, marriages, & kids in crisis and adoption disruptions increasing at concerning levels.
In light of this, on September 16 & 17 at the Hope Center in Plano, Texas we will be hosting the first HFO Institute. This two- day conference will tackle these issues head on with eight of the leading experts in the US.
Orphan Ministry leaders will learn about tools, resources, and skills that will help them implement a plan for their church. Professionals will learn skill sets they can use, but more importantly how they can partner with the local church. Licensed Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists and Professional Counselors can earn credit for Continuing Education Units (CEU).

A Ministry of FamilyLife
A Subsidiary of Campus Crusade for Christ

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