Slugs and Bugs Partners with Christian Alliance for Orphans

March 30, 2015

The Christian Alliance for Orphans’ CAFO2015 Summit inspires and equips Christians to care for orphans with wisdom-guided love. The Summit has become the national hub for what Christianity Today called, “the burgeoning Christian orphan care movement.” Last year’s conference drew 2,600 foster and adoptive parents, orphan advocates, pastors and leaders from 35 countries. CAFO2015 will include unforgettable plenary sessions with top national and global speakers, stirring music, more than 100 workshops, and an array of one-of-a-kind experiences you won’t find anywhere else. Explore effective foster care, adoption, family preservation and global orphan ministry. Join both laypeople and leaders from across America and around the world at Long Hollow Baptist Church on April 30 – May 1, 2015 in Nashville, TN!

CAFO is also excited to partner with Lifeline Children’s Services to welcome your children to the new CAFO2015 Kids Summit!

While you engage in CAFO2015, your children will experience two days of Biblically-based teaching, activities, and fun.  Each session will include a theme to care for Orphan and Vulnerable children. Lessons may include how to pray, share, serve and give.  Children will participate in worship, prayer, activities, interactive games, crafts, snack, video/story.

Children will be joined by special guest artist Randall Goodgame, Slugs and Bugs!

Registration information and details: www.christianalliancefororphans.org/summit 

 






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