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House Conference Video (Part 1)

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 1, 2011

Our first house conference was hosted in Chandler, Arizona by Tyler Johnson and very hospitable members of Redemption Church. Here is part 1 of the 3-part evening. In it, I explain my adoption and Trinity diagram.

If you are interested in hosting a house conference in your city, let us know through our contact page.

Our house conference initiative is an effort to bring teaching on God’s story of adoption and its implications for the global orphan crisis to living rooms in select cities across the United States. Obviously, not everyone can fly across the country to attend a T4A conference. So, in part, our house conference initiative aims to “bring a T4A conference to a living room near you . . . for free.”

House Conference Format: 20-20-20

- 20 minutes of teaching: The Story Behind the Story of Adoption – Sparking the Conversation
- 20 minutes of discussion: In-House Interviews – Continuing the Conversation
- 20 minutes of questions: Q & A  – Expanding the Conversation

Our hope is to use house conference to spark continuing conversations about orphan care that move Christians/churches toward greater collaboration and implementation. Why will these conferences be hosted in homes? Because the orphan crisis is something that Christians should grapple with in their living rooms. It should be that personal to us.

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