Posts by Annie McClellan


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November 13, 2013 Beliefs The Beliefs break out session from the 2012 Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Conference is described as exploring how beliefs about ourselves and others affect our relationships for good and bad, and discovering how you can challenge and change what you and… 0
November 11, 2013 Resource Recommendations for Adoptive and Foster Families Tapestry is celebrating National Adoption Month by offering 25% off all purchases in our online store through the month of November. Simply use the code NOV25OFF to receive 25% off your order. And we want to recommend some resources that… 0
November 6, 2013 Story The Story break out session from the 2012 Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Conference is described as exploring the power of narrative in the life of your family – presented by Scott McClellan. Scott also participated in Tapestry’s recent storytelling event: My Story. Your Story.… 0
October 8, 2013 What Story Do You Believe? The What Story Do You Believe break out session from the 2012 Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Conference is described as understanding the story that God wants to write with our lives and how we can live that story in such… 0
October 3, 2013 Memory The Memory break out session from the 2012 Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Conference is described as remembering your future, renewing your child’s mind –presented by Curt Thompson, M.D. In this session, Curt really asks you to consider your past, your… 0
September 26, 2013 Shame At the 2012 Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Conference, Melanie Chung-Sherman presented on Shame. Through her session, she wants to help us to understand shame for what it is in our children’s lives and how it infiltrates their motivations and… 0
September 19, 2013 Color On Sunday, my pastor said, “God doesn’t see tribes. He just sees people,” and that got me thinking. How do I see people? For more on this subject, I recommend Carissa Woodwyk’s breakout, Color, from the 2012 Tapestry Adoption and… 0
August 27, 2013 A New School Year My oldest started kindergarten yesterday, and she was nervous. I think I masked my nervousness in three hours of cooking, preparing myself for the week. For 8 years I was the teacher reassuring parents, so aside from a couple days… 0
August 20, 2013 Nurturing with Band Aids Band aids. We all have seen kids covered in band aids. Maybe you have even had your own kid go through an entire box in a day, but have you ever considered how a band aid expresses and teaches nurture.… 0
August 13, 2013 Sharing Stories On Wednesday, I was sitting watching my oldest daughter in her gymnastics class when I heard, “Excuse me but you look familiar, do you go to IBC (Irving Bible Church)? Have you ever spoken up front?” As I answered yes… 0