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“I am living in the Story”

by Dan Cruver Published Jun 7, 2012

*Visit Noel Piper’s blog to enter a contest to win a registration to attend this September 14-15 conference. Sunday, June 17th, is the last day to enter.

In the Bible, Adoption is a story-word. God’s work of adoption within the world is a story that encompasses all of human history, from its pre-temporal beginnings when God predestined us to adoption as sons through Jesus Christ (Ephesians 1:3-6) to the eventual renewal of the heavens and the earth (Romans 8:23), when everything sad comes untrue. From the Apostle Paul’s perspective, Adoption is the story that makes sense of the universe, that makes sense of our broken lives and gives the existence of all creation ultimate meaning.

The primary objective of our September 14-15 national conference in Atlanta is to take Christians deeper into God’s story of Adoption in order to give them hope and practical tools to walk with deep joy through “the sufferings of this present time” (Romans 8:18-23) for God’s glory and the good of orphans around the world. Our hope is that this year’s conference will equip Christians to  better live within God’s story of Adoption.

So, whether or not you are able to join us in Atlanta, would you help us spread the word about the conference? Your help is key in getting the word out about our fifth annual national conference. If you would, one way you can help us is by placing one of the banners below in your blog’s sidebar (maybe tweet about this post, too!). Perhaps someone who reads your blog (or tweet) will decide to join us as we consider God’s Story of Adoption for a Broken World. If someone came because you helped spread the word on your blog, that would be really cool and very meaningful.

If you put one of our conference banners on your blog, shoot me an email to let me know ( and we will list your blog in a future post as a T4A partner blog. And while you are at it, would you “like” the T4A Facebook page? Thank you for partnering with us!

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