S1E2: What Are People Learning about Foster Care and Orphan Care From You?

By May 16, 2016 September 9th, 2019 Podcast
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"If we are the only textbook people read about foster care and orphan care, what are they learning from us?"

In this episode, you’ll discover that you’re a textbook for foster care and adoption—what are people learning from you? You’ll also learn new strategies for keeping your marriage and family strong—we can’t do it all. We also talk the fact that what you are doing is always worth it.
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RESOURCES FROM TODAY’S SHOW

ALL IN Orphan Care by Jason Johnson
The Beauty and Brokenness of Foster Care by Jason Johnson
Jason’s Blog

MORE RESOURCES FOR YOU

The TFI Story
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Meet Our Guest

Jason is the Director of the National Church Mobilization Initiative with Christian Alliance for Orphans where he spends the majority of his time coaching and consulting with church leadership teams from around the country on how to start, lead and grow orphan care ministries within their church.

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