It is an honor to speak at church services, conferences, forums, retreats, organizational trainings, seminars and benefit dinners as well as other orphan care related gatherings all around the country. I take the trust given to me by event organizers very seriously and work hard to steward it well for the good of the people we are serving. In addition to the blog articles, below are some resources for you to read through, listen to and watch as you prayerfully consider having me speak at your church or event.
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ALL IN Orphan Care is a small group curriculum designed to connect and equip potential foster or adoptive parents.
Everyone Can Do Something is an eBook for ministry leaders that want to build a culture of orphan care in their churches.
Three Principles to Consider is an e-book for leaders launching and leading orphan care ministries in their churches.
The Beauty and Brokenness of Foster Care is a group-based support and connection resource for current foster parents.
Much of my time is spent with church and organizational leadership teams helping them to develop strategic and sustainable foster care, adoption and orphan care oriented engagement strategies. I would love to help your church take the next steps in its ministry or your organization engage the Church and surrounding community more effectively.
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I grew up in the Dallas area most of my life and attended Texas A&M from 1998 to 2002. Emily and I met on campus in the fall of 2001 and were married in June of 2002. We have four daughters. The youngest was placed in our home in April 2012 by Child Protective Services at 3 days old and was adopted in late 2013 through the foster care system. We live in College Station, TX.