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Join the Conversation: T4A NatCon 2014

by Dan Cruver Published Jul 28, 2014

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We are very passionate about our primary objective for this year’s conference gathering: to maximize our time together by providing important conversations with people who are key leaders, thinkers, and practitioners in the global orphan movement. We want to facilitate extended conversations that matter — conversations that uniquely address the complex spectrum of care needed for orphans globally.

This year’s conference theme is Urgency & Complexity: Biblical & Ethical Approaches to the Orphan Crisis. If you join us, you’ll leave Greenville having thought deeply and biblically about family preservation and reunification, indigenous and international adoption, foster care, and domestic adoption. Every main session talk will be followed a 20 minute onstage conversation in which leaders within the evangelical orphan care and adoption movement discuss the topic and its implication for orphan care and adoption. We can make a difference for the sake of orphaned and vulnerable children…

Our main session speakers who serve as our conversation leaders this year include John Sowers, Dr. Elizabeth Bartholet (Harvard Law), Brandon Hatmaker, Jedd Medefind, Elizabeth Styffe, Mike Rusch, Dr. Susan Hillis, Johnny Carr, Chris Marlow, Dr. Toney Parks, Alex Krutov, Johnston Moore, Rick Morton, Daniel Bennett, Scott Vair, Phil Darke, and many others. We’re also excited to have Randall Goodgame lead worship this year.

We hope to see you October 17-18 in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina! Join the conversation!

Learn more about this year’s conference.

Note: Because of the amazing generosity of our host church, we are providing free childcare this year. Space is limited, so register your children soon!

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