Many children who have been adopted have experienced abuse, trauma, neglect, and early attachment injuries. In order to continue to restore hope, we work to provide practical teaching and resources to better equip parents and care providers in this journey.
In partnership with the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development at TCU, the Empowered to Connect Conference provides practical ways to begin the healing journey so many children desperately need.
This two-day event is specifically designed to help equip adoptive and foster parents, ministry leaders, and care professionals. The teaching provided enables them to better understand the needs of children with such difficult beginnings, in order to help children heal and become all that God desires for them to be.Empowered to Connect Conference
There are points in the journey when we need others to come alongside us.
That may be a professional, such as a counselor or therapist, who has received specialized training in how to best support foster and adoptive families. It could also be parents who have been on a similar road and now offer classes and community for other families through Empowered to Connect Parent Training. Use the link below to find resources in your community, or to learn more about upcoming training opportunities.Find Resources