Boys ages 4-12 and their dads (or other male role model) are invited to an overnight camp out at the Anderson Creek Sportsman’s Club on 8/18/2017 with campfire cooking, swimming, fishing, target shooting, & outdoor fun! Register below. Invite other boys and dads that you know!
For more information, speak to Tim Smay.
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This two-day simulcast conference is designed to bring hope and healing to adopted and foster children. Sessions will help adoptive and foster parents, ministry leaders, churches, and professionals better understand how to connect with children from hard places in order to help them heal and become all that God desires them to be. Led by the institute team, this event will help parents and professionals understand the needs of children and the impact of trauma. It will also present an overview of attachment research and sensory processing, as well as insights and tools for promoting connection and healing. For more information about the simulcast, click here.
Continuing Education Credit for Professionals: Please note that all professionals interested in receiving continuing education credit – in addition to registering below for the Curwensville Alliance Church site – MUST also register through this site. You will not be eligible for credit without a confirmation of registration and badge.
Adoptive/Foster Parent Training Credit: Each parent will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of each day. You must provide a copy of each certificate and the conference schedule to your agency in order to receive training credit. There is no charge for training credit.
Simulcast times: 10 AM-6 PM Friday & Saturday, April 7 & 8. A detailed schedule of the sessions will be available prior to the simulcast.
Child care: Curwensville Alliance Church will not be providing child care for either day of the conference.
ALL GUESTS MUST REGISTER HERE
The cost for this conference is a suggested donation of $5 per person per day. Please note that those wanting to receive CE credit will be charged another $35 through Show Hope. Optional workbooks can be provided free of charge to those preregistered. Please register by March 31 if you want a workbook provided to you from Curwensville Alliance. Registration is now open; click here to register for the Curwensville Alliance Church site, even if you registered for CE credit.
Questions, email Josh Tkacik at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (814) 592-2295.
Presented at Curwensville Alliance on 6/15/2014
There are a lot of different ministries given to people. I am in pastoral ministry. We might say that missionaries have ministries of church-planting or evangelism. Ministries such as these are specialized. We used to call them full-time ministry, but that term seems to imply that the rest are not full-time or at least not important.
I feel that every Christian has a ministry — or better, ministries. There are certain things in this world that God has for each of us to do; and each of us is just the right person to do them,
All God-given ministries are important and should be taken seriously. For example, a counseling ministry. I thank God for godly counselors in my life and in the lives of others. And the ministry of encouragement — wow — who doesn’t see how vital that role is?
In this podcast, I am talking about the importance of parenting as a ministry. As you listen to it, ask God to speak to your heart about, not just parenting, but how you “minister” in any relationship where you have influence.
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