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Let us Lift you up this Fall

Posted by Heather Sewell on September 21, 2017  /   Posted in Events, Family Support

Learn to connect with kids from hard places and enjoy a day of encouragement and healing. This local conference gives our community resources, encouragement and life-giving breakout sessions! The best news, it’s only $5 per person until October 1st and then registration increases to $10!! Breakfast and lunch will be provided. What is the HELP, HOPE,

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4 Things OCA Never Asks For…

Posted by Heather Sewell on September 14, 2017  /   Posted in Fundraiser

OCA equips Christians to act on the biblical command to care for the fatherless. Whether it is bringing a family together by providing an adoption loan or grant, building a community of support for adoptive and foster parents or providing coaching and relational support to youth or a family in crisis, OCA connects Christians to

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2 Days, 3 Ways to Impact OCA’s Impact

Posted by Heather Sewell on September 11, 2017  /   Posted in Fundraiser

We’re counting down the days to September 14th and Give For Good Louisville. We need your help to make our campaign a success, and we’ve included a few easy ways that you can support us. Share and share alike. Online days of giving are successful because of our own networks. Help us grow our network

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Saturday Boost!!

Posted by Heather Sewell on September 02, 2017  /   Posted in Events, Together in the Trenches

By: Amanda May Remember when I shared about my struggles with anger? God has tested and grown me in this area, and sometimes I forget how much I have changed. With so much noise in our lives, it’s difficult to take time to pause and recognize how far we have come.  Last week, I messed

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Self-Care: A Critical Component of Persevering

Posted by Heather Sewell on August 17, 2017  /   Posted in Advocacy, Family Support

By: Amy L. Denley, Psy.D. By and large, most adoptive parents I have met are remarkable people. They are committed to causes bigger than themselves and are courageous and generous about investing themselves in the lives of others. But sometime this “outward focus” can leave adoptive parents little time for self-care. Their own emotional, spiritual and physical needs may be

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