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Archive for April, 2012

Adopted, by J. Miles and Barabbas

by Dennae Pierre Published Apr 26, 2012

Phoenix has some great Christian hip-hop artists and I feel especially honored to be able to fellowship with the guys at iSix:5.  I love their heart for the hip hop community and their love for sound Biblical teaching…add in their talent and it makes for a great combination. J. Miles, an artist on iSix:5, has […]

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Still Time to Register! T4A Winston-Salem

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 26, 2012

If you wish to join us this Saturday in Winston-Salem for our first regional conference, register by tomorrow (Friday) night. Registration is only $29 per person. Learn more about the conference. See our conference program (it lists our breakout sessions and exhibitors).

First T4A Boot Camp is a Wrap!

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 23, 2012

Twenty-two people joined us this past weekend for the first Together for Adoption Theological Boot Camp. Jason Cornwell and I have both agreed that it was our richest T4A experience to date. Such a spiritually refreshing time in the good news of our adoption in Christ. We are very grateful to everyone who joined us […]

Adoption: Secrecy and Lies? A Response

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 18, 2012

Matthew Sims at Grace for Sinners recently wrote a response to a response to a response. Is your head spinning yet? If so, let me give you a little context. As should happen with any movement, the theological foundations of the evangelical adoption/orphan care movement are being thoroughly examined. I’m very grateful for this critique […]

Just 2 Weeks Away: T4A Winston-Salem!

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 11, 2012

Our Winston-Salem regional conference is just 2 1/2 weeks away!  If you wish to be renewed afresh by the good news of the Father’s delight in you, join us April 28th for our one-day conference in Winston-Salem, NC. It often seems absolutely too good to be true, but it is true: if you are a Christian, […]

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David Smolin (a professor of law at the Cumberland Law School at Samford University) recently wrote a critique of the theological foundations of the evangelical adoption/orphan care movement (download  Smolin’s essay). One reason I am grateful for Smolin’s essay is that it provides us with the opportunity to engage in more self-critical reflection. As you […]

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