The orphan, the widow and me

Posted by Heather Sewell on February 27, 2017  /   Posted in Adoption, Adoption Support, Churches

Adoption is expensive. In fact, it’s the main reason families don’t even consider adopting. That is until the Both Hands model came along…

Join JT Olson, author and founder of Both Hands, for a night of stories, fellowship and inspiration. After losing his parents in a car accident in his youth, JT knew in an instant what it was like to be an orphan.

After 30+ years in business and starting a multi-million dollar company, he left it all behind to start Both Hands, a nationwide nonprofit helping families in 42 states raise over $7.5 million for adoptions through serving 723 widows in their communities. JT has led Both Hands to help bring almost 800 orphans into forever families.

Come hear a world class storyteller as he unpacks what God has done in, and through his life.  You will be inspired to transform your pain into passion, step out in faith to pursue your calling and witness the joy found through adoption. All in celebration of his new book, The Orphan, the Widow & Me, which is available now!

Enjoy coffee, desserts, laughs, and tears along with like-minded men and women. PLUS SURPRISE GIFTS!

Join us: Tue, March 7, 2017 | 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST – REGISTER HERE

Springdale Community Church | 4601 Springdale Road  | Louisville, KY 40241

“This event is definitely open to the public and we would love as many folks from the adoption / orphan care community in Louisville to come. Even if folks aren’t necessarily adopting, they will still be inspired by JT’s story and might like to buy a book. Others could hear about Both Hands and pass the word onto others they know who are adopting or are considering it. The main goal is to get as many people there as possible. Our target would mainly just be the faith community.” Jared DeLong, Both Hands Communications Director

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