Resource: Dixon Golf

June 13, 2018|

Over the last several years I am aware that many of you hold annual golf scrambles and tournaments to raise money for your agency. I suggest watching this short video by "Dixon Golf" as a new opportunity for your tournament. [...]

Westview Continues to Lead with TBRI

May 11, 2017|

Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)® has achieved world-wide recognition as a leading evidence-based method of working with children. Westview began working with TBRI early in its history; today we keep growing with the program. In 2006, Dr. Ron Bruner, Westview’s Executive [...]

12 Books For Little Ones About Adoption

September 17, 2013|

I took this from the Christian Homes and Family Services website. Sally Shank A BLESSING FROM ABOVE This book is so near and dear to everyone’s heart at Christian Homes & Family Services! In this touching story, a kangaroo prays [...]

Prisoner’s Family Conference – Albuquerque, New Mexico

July 2, 2011|

The Prisoner’s Family A Conference for Those Who Care to Learn and DO more February 22-24, 2012 (Wednesday through Friday) Albuquerque, New Mexico Conference Workshop Presentation Application Guidelines DEADLINE for submissions: July 31, 2011 Event History The first-ever Prisoner’s Family [...]

"Ten Students Speak Out" by Harold Shank

September 19, 2009|

  “Ten University Students Speak Out” By Harold Shank, National Spokesperson for CCFSA Fall semester, 2006 Anyone who witnesses first hand the misery of others usually wonders how they can convince the Christian community to share the same awareness. For [...]

Outline For God's Vision For Every City and Town

May 29, 2009|

God’s Vision for Every City and Town   I  Biblical conflict in Bethel Early version of worship wars People disagreed over fasting on a certain day Sent Sharezer and Regemmelech to Zechariah for solution II. Zechariah – arbitrator of conflict [...]

"God's Vision For Every City"

May 29, 2009|

Lesson for a church setting     God’s vision for every city and town Conflict is as old as humanity.  From wars to spousal abuse, from terrorism to sibling rivalry, from debate in Congress to church fights, we humans seem [...]

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