Join Us For Refresh Conference In A Few Weeks!

We are excited to be a part of The Refresh Conference, next month, on February 27-28, in Redmond, Washington! Check out this video to see highlights from this special event:


Refresh is a conference designed for foster and adoptive parents, kinship providers, grandparents, and others who care for God’s orphaned and vulnerable children. It’s a commonly known fact that this journey can be difficult and lonely. The Refresh Conference is a time for you to escape from the distractions and chaos of life and be refreshed, equipped, and inspired.

We love this conference because it has the same heartbeat as this blog– To reach overwhelmed, frustrated, and worn out foster and adoptive parents with a message of hope! We are honored to join nationally known speakers Lisa Qualls, Michael and Amy Monroe, Dan and Terri Coley, Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley and many more for this time of refreshment and transformation!


There’s still time to register, but spots are going fast! Hurry and register today. You won’t want to miss this amazing experience. For more information you can click here to visit our event page for Refresh. You can also read more about Refresh by visiting the conference page here.

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Interested in bringing us to your event or organization to speak? We are currently booking for the spring and summer. We would love to be part of your event. Click here to check availability and learn more!

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