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Archive for February, 2011

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The Theology of Adoption at !deacamp

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 23, 2011

Asking me to talk about the theology of adoption and its implications for the global orphan crisis is like asking a lion if he’d like to eat some red meat. I don’t even have to consider whether or not it’s something I’d “like” to do. So, when Mike Rusch asked me to lead a workshop […]

New Kindle Feature: See Author’s Notes

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 22, 2011

Kindle announced that it is now possible to follow an author’s notes on his/her own book. This new feature now allows for authors to interact with Kindle readers. So, if you have purchased Reclaiming Adoption on your Kindle, you can follow me and read and interact with my notes.

Seed Adoption 2011: Ethiopia

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 21, 2011

Together for Adoption is thrilled to be a partner with The Rooted Church, the!deaCamp.com, and Christian Alliance for Orphans in the Seed Adoption: Ethiopia initiative.  What is Seed Adoption? Seed Adoption is a pastoral training workshop that brings together influential pastors of evangelical churches from across a country to discuss (1) the plight of orphaned […]

Free Adoption Resource

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 17, 2011

Have you seen the free 54-page Reclaiming Adoption Study Guide that we are providing? This study guide is worth having whether or not you have purchased the book. Each study is loaded with thought-provoking quotations that will certainly encourage you as you seek to live in the reality of your adoption in Christ. If your […]

The Abba Father Cry

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 16, 2011

“But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons. And because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, crying, ‘Abba! Father!’” […]

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Theology

One of the questions I am frequently asked is “what can we do to solve the global orphan crisis?” My answer to that question used to be long and involved. Now it’s simple: give priority to the “Who” question (Who is the Trinity? Who is Jesus? Who is the Spirit of adoption? etc) over the […]

Join us in Louisville!

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 14, 2011

Join us! From the Christian Alliance for Orphans’ website: LIVE IN THE STORY: REDISCOVERING ADOPTION FOR EVERYDAY LIFE In Partnership with Together for Adoption Open to all Summit attendees – To attend this seminar, add this event when you register for the Summit. Time: Wednesday, May 11th, 1:00pm – 4:30pm Price: $15.00 (includes copy of Reclaiming […]

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Events

In the Review Mirror #3

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 11, 2011

Kevin Fiske of For the Gospel gives his initial thoughts about Reclaiming Adoption: I can’t recommend this book highly enough.  It’s soaked with gospel encouragement, and is a great primer on the doctrine of adoption and its implications for the life of the follower of Christ. Read Kevin’s entire post.

Rivendell and the Good News of Adoption

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 10, 2011

One of my favorite scenes in The Lord of the Rings trilogy (the book not the movie) takes place in the land of Rivendell before Frodo and Sam continue their dangerous journey to the fires of Mount Doom in order to destroy the ring. Tolkien writes: Such was the virtue of the land of Rivendell […]

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Quotations, Theology

Sale on Reclaiming Adoption Audiobook

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 8, 2011

ChristianAudio.com is offering the Reclaiming Adoption audiobook for only $4.98 in the month of February. Check it out.

A Confession: I’m Lousy at Denying Myself

by Dan Cruver Published Feb 4, 2011

A personal confession: I have found that I cannot deny myself, take up my cross, and follow Jesus (Matthew 16:24) without the gospel. It’s not a “cannot” like “I cannot eat ice cream because I’m on a diet.” No, it is more like “I cannot leap tall buildings in a single bound.” It’s an impossible cannot, […]

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