S1E7: Equipping the Church to Care for Kids in Foster Care

By August 1, 2016 September 9th, 2019 Podcast

"Don’t be afraid to take the first steps; it’s the little steps that make the biggest changes."

In this episode, you’ll discover what the benefits of becoming a TFI Advocate are, and how to find balance in ministry, parenting and marriage. This episode also talks about why Families Serving Families is Selena’s favorite initiative from TFI.
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Meet Our Guest

Selena and her husband Tony, live in Warner Robins, Georgia. Selena is a working mom of two biological kids, and she and Tony have been foster parents for two years. They view TFI as the God-ordained next step in their desire to improve and honor the Foster Care system in Middle Georgia. Selena and Tony were recently selected as the Georgia Division of Family & Children Services 2016 Foster Caregivers of the Year for Region 6 based on their outstanding service and dedication to children.

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