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Join JD Greear (pictured above), Tony Merida, Dr. Sharen Ford, Brandon Hatmaker, Angela Tucker, John Sowers, and many more November 5-7 for Together for Adoption 2015 at The Summit Church in Durham, North Carolina. Click here to learn more.

Want to be a main session speaker at T4A 2015?

by Dan Cruver Published May 20, 2015

If you have a great idea about orphan prevention, family reunification, orphan care, foster care, domestic adoption, international adoption, or about the kind of adoption language we should use, here’s your opportunity for a chance to share your idea in a main session at this year’s Nov. 5-7 Together for Adoption Conference in Durham, NC. […]

Work Harder (Better) by Resting More

by Dan Cruver Published May 13, 2015

You can work harder (better) by resting more. No, this is not a snake-oil scam. It’s been clinically tested, tried, and irrefutably approved. Before you “Bookmark” this blog post into that black hole of a Bookmark Bar — (you know, the one into which most blog articles live and die without ever being read) — […]

Simple.

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 16, 2015

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by Dan Cruver Published Mar 9, 2015

Simple action can make a world of difference. Our 2014 conference theme was “Urgency & Complexity: Biblical & Ethical Approaches to the Orphan Crisis.” We needed to engage with just how complex orphan care has become as a global issue. It’s time for simplicity. The reality is that, even though orphan care and adoption are […]

Together We Can Help Orphans Now

by Dan Cruver Published Dec 17, 2014

Yes, the orphan crisis is complicated, but there are simple steps to move us toward attainable solutions. When we think of the world-wide orphan crisis, one way to motivate ourselves to action is recognizing there really are simple solutions! Believe it or not, we are already closer to solutions that will help orphaned and vulnerable children than we might have thought. Don’t […]

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