An equipping event for those involved or who desire to be involved in foster care.
This gathering is to begin a fellowship of like-hearted ministry leaders and church families that share a ministry affinity for serving and advocating for vulnerable children. The field of orphan care is vast.

Our convention goal is to establish cooperative local engagement and impact in the specific field of foster care. We desire to follow God’s heart for the vulnerable and orphan and – through collective measure – engage our biblical mandate to care for children in need. Join us.

Registration includes a lite breakfast at the morning gathering and a boxed lunch at afternoon sites.

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Locations

April 28

Grace Community Baptist Church, Henrico

11:00 AM – 1:30 PM

April 29

Poquoson Baptist Church, Puquoson

11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

About the Speaker

Dr. Todd Chipman
Author of Until Every Child Is Home: Why the Church Can and Must Care for Orphans
Todd is husband to Julie and father to seven children—two through the blessing of adoption. He serves as the teaching pastor of a local church in Kansas City and also as a professor of Biblical Studies at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Todd equips and encourages church leaders as he shares how obedience in orphan care transformed his family—and the church family he shepherds.

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