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Journeying Together

Rees Greenman and his family

Rees Greenman, the program director of Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home’s (TBCH) Brentwood Residential Campus, has seen the vital, practical impact of Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) firsthand. He’s stood in rooms with children who have experienced relational trauma, who are struggling to regulate their emotions and reconcile their experiences, and he’s employed TBRI tactics to de-escalate…

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Registration Is Now Open for the 2023 Hope for the Journey Conference

Hope for the Journey Conference

Premiering April 14, 2023With On-Demand Viewing Through May 31 Early, Early Bird Special Prices EndJuly 31, 2022 “The Hope for the Journey Conference aims to encourage and resource parents, families, and caregivers meeting the needs of the children entrusted to them through adoption and/or foster care. And twofold, the conference also serves churches and organizations…

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What’s Coming at the Hope for the Journey Conference 2022

Hope for the Journey

“[This conference is for] pastors who are ministering to families and their kids, pastors who want to put action to their heartfelt desire that their churches are safe and welcoming places for families that are from different types of backgrounds. It’s for staff who organize ministries and events that serve both groups inside and outside…

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Understanding The Gospel and TBRI®

The Gospel and TBRI®

God created us to be in relationship—at peace within ourselves, with him, and with others. And yet, with the fall of mankind into sin, we now experience the pain of broken relationships and the vulnerability of isolation. This is the painful reality for many children who have been impacted by abuse, trauma, loss, and/or neglect. …

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Hope for the Journey 2022 Conference Hosts, Presenters, and Speakers

Hope for the Journey 2022 Conference Hosts, Presenters, and Speakers | Daren Jones

Show Hope’s inaugural Hope for the Journey Conference premiered April 9, 2021, with the aim of encouraging parents and caregivers meeting the everyday needs of children impacted by adoption and/or foster care. The conference also served as an opportunity to further resource churches in their endeavors to be beacons of hope and encouragement for families…

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Hope for the Journey Conference Learning Modules + Example Schedules

The Hope for the Journey Conference schedule will include five high-level learning modules based on the foundational principles of Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) along with a unique teaching component, The Gospel + TBRI. Embedded within each learning module will be a “Going Deeper” teaching video on a select topic, and also included will be a…

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Investing in the Future

Investing in the Future | TBRI Practitioner Training

The day Shaohannah Hope Chapman was placed in Mary Beth Chapman’s arms in a hotel hallway in China, everything changed. First, for Mary Beth, Shaoey, and the Chapman family, but then, as Mary Beth’s desire to help more children and families experience what her family has, Show Hope was born—and that has changed everything for…

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I Get It Now

The Magness Family | An image of a mother and father holding hands and walking with their two young boys in a park.

I came to Show Hope, a little more than three years ago, to serve as the Director of Communications. At the time, I was a little “green,” but I had a desire and humility to learn and grow. Yet I was a skeptic too.  In those first couple of months, we were planning for Show…

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Practical Teaching and Everyday, Hopeful Wisdom

Hope for the Journey 2022

“Having the Hope for the Journey Conference at our church—it was an easy “yes” for us. The practical perspectives were really helpful. These videos of real people who I can look at and say, “Yeah, I get it. And I’m walking a very similar road to you, and I’m encouraged that you’re still going.’” Join…

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Meet the Myers Family

The Myers Family

One of our favorite parts of Show Hope’s inaugural Hope for the Journey Conference was the variety of perspectives shared throughout each of the five learning modules.  In a segment known as “Practical Perspectives,” we heard from adult adoptees, foster care alumni, adoptive parents, and siblings of adopted children. The faces and voices featured in…

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