EVERYONE CAN DO SOMETHING
Have you ever wondered what you can do to help children in the child welfare system here in central Texas? Do you have a heart for the vulnerable and oppressed members of our local community? Then this conference is for you! Join us on Saturday, October 29th from 9:00-12:00 to be ENGAGED, ENCOURAGED, and EQUIPPED to make a difference in the lives of some of the most marginalized children and families in our community! We will have good coffee, great sessions, and an amazing speaker leading us to find where we belong in the story God is writing for these kids and their families.
This event will be at First Baptist Church Brownwood with free childcare available! Please REGISTER BELOW so we can ensure enough coffee, treats, and seats for everyone! And please SHARE this event with anyone who wants to find their place in this important, holy calling.
featuring Jason Johnson, author and speaker
Jason is a writer and speaker who encourages families and equips church and organizational leaders on their foster care and adoption journeys.
He currently serves as the Director of Church Mobilization and Engagement with Christian Alliance for Orphans. In his work he develops resources, coaches leaders and teaches in a variety of contexts on church-based ministry structures, organizational leadership and strategy. He is also a sought-after speaker for churches, retreats, conferences, and events for foster and adoptive parents as well as for those considering getting involved.
Prior to his work at CAFO Jason spent 14 years in church staff ministry, including planting and pastoring a church in Houston. It’s there that his family's foster care journey began.
Jason and his wife, Emily live in Texas with their daughters. He has authored 4 books: Reframing Foster Care, Everyone Can Do Something, ALL IN Orphan Care and Effectively Engaging Churches. You can find many of his resources at www.jasonjohnsonblog.com.
For Current Foster Families:
Loving Kids from Hard Places
led by Daniel Attaway
For Prospective Foster Families:
led by Jason Johnson
For Support Families:
Next Steps for Getting Involved