We were created to tell stories. In fact, stories have a unique way of helping us make sense of our past, present, and future. In this large group event, we’ll explore the power of narrative in the lives of adoptive and foster families — from finding a new frame for conflict to pointing children toward a better understanding of their identity. Together we’ll discover what it means to tell stories of hope and healing.
We will be giving each person in attendance a free copy of the book Tell Me a Story! Training certificates will be available. Registration for adults is not required.
IBC’s KidZone is available for this event for ages 0 through 5th grade with online registration at least 72 hours in advance of the event; however, space is limited. To register for KidZone click here and sign-in to your existing ibcLink account (or, if you don’t have one, follow the steps to create an account). You will register for the “Tapestry Event (4/13/13).” If you have any questions about childcare registration or how to use the ibcLink online registration system, contact Michelle Tibbatts (IBC KidZone Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Apr 13, 2013 - 6:30 pm||Large Group Event: Tell Me a Story||@ Irving Bible Church||View|