Life Coaching

Glenda Wright, foster care made me stronger

Posted by Heather Sewell on February 16, 2017  /   Posted in Advocacy, Life Coaching

Glenda Wright’s story At nine years old Glenda’s grandmother became her legal guardian, along with her three brothers. A year later, Glenda’s grandmother passed away. With no one else to care for Glenda and her brothers, they entered the foster care system in western Kentucky. Initially, they were placed in a foster home together. Then,

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Southeast Oldham Campus brings community together for Orphan Care

Posted by Heather Sewell on September 03, 2015  /   Posted in Adoption Support, Family Support

Southeast Oldham Campus brings community together to advocate for orphan care and adoption support September 16, 2015 • 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Southeast Oldham Campus Sanctuary This September, Southeast Christian Church will bring the community together to learn about opportunities to care for vulnerable children and orphans, as well as networking adoption and foster

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Life Coaching: Encounter Night

Posted by Heather Sewell on February 20, 2014  /   Posted in Orphan Care

Each Wednesday night, Pastor Scully leads a discussion with a group of foster youth at Boys and Girls Haven. These are Scully’s accounts of each week. Please, be in prayer for each discussion and allow the Lord to lead you to serving in this ministry.  By: Scully Thompson We had 9 guys this week; all

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A year of growth and gratitude

Posted by Heather Sewell on December 23, 2013  /   Posted in Ministry Updates, Newsletters

Living life fully with God brings unique challenges, growth and joy. 2013 has been a year of challenges, growth and joy for Orphan Care Alliance and for me personally. Historically, Orphan Care Alliance has seen steady growth. In 2013 several new initiatives were launched. The two most important was the startup of Safe Families and

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Orphan Sunday highlights needs of parentless

Posted by Heather Sewell on November 01, 2013  /   Posted in Advocacy, Churches

By: Ruth Schenk On Nov. 2 and 3, Southeast Christian Church will observe Orphan Sunday, joining thousands of churches focusing on the 153 million parentless children around the world. That weekend, representatives from Southeast’s partner, Orphan Care Alliance, will be available at all three campuses to answer questions. The nonprofit was founded by three Southeast members

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Caring for Kids from Hard Places

Posted by Office Admin on July 23, 2013  /   Posted in Newsletters

March 2013 As the Body of Christ has stepped up in our obedience to care for the fatherless in our world, we are also growing in the understanding of being equipped for the day-to-day relationships of these commitments. Many of the children that we are called to care for through Life Coaching, Safe Families, foster

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Life Coach Director Q&A: Becoming a Life Coach

Posted by Heather Sewell on July 17, 2013  /   Posted in Life Coaching

By: Heather Sewell Orphan Care Alliance relies heavily on volunteers to minister to the fatherless. One ministry in need of dedicated volunteers will always be Life Coaching. Cliff Carlson, the director of Life Coaching, gives insight to help you understand more about the ministry and the direction it intends to go. Explain the process someone

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Smells Like Family

Posted by Office Admin on February 26, 2013  /   Posted in Partners

This post is written by Matt Ness. Matt is the Founder of Eyes that See, is an adoptive dad, and has a heart to see God’s Kingdom actualized on earth.  I have a family of seven. We have rushed mornings, chaotic homework time, and full evenings. There are days where I look at my life

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