Mark your calendars and plan to join us for our annual Call Her Blessed luncheon. It’s a spring tradition that provides an opportunity to honor the women who give us a lift, make us laugh, hold our hands and keep our secrets – be they our mothers, daughters, sisters or sisters-in-Christ.
Don't duck this chance to be inspired by Lisa Robertson, of A&E's Duck Dynasty, who's story is uniquely relevant to our ministry of caring for young women with unplanned pregnancies. She and her husband, Alan Robertson, are dedicated to promoting life, strengthening marriages and teaching others how to survive life’s storms through God’s providence and guidance. Miss Kay, also of A&E's Duck Dynasty and well known for her kitchen-apron-tied-to-life lessons of God’s faithfulness, will be an extra measure of blessing and deliciousness just in time for Mother’s Day.
Past Call Her Blessed luncheons have featured speakers such as Ruth Graham, Liz Curtis Higgs, Lysa TerKeurst, Anita Renfro, and Lisa Whelchel.
Proceeds from Call Her Blessed help Christian Homes pursue its vision of a Christian home for every child.
April 25 at the GABC CrossWalk in Tyler, Texas
April 26 at the Abilene Convention Center, Abilene, Texas
For more information and tickets, please call 800-592-4725.
Write Your Story in the Storybook Capital of Texas at the Network 1:27 annual conference on the beautiful campus of Abilene Christian University. Jam-packed with more than 30 hours of training , the keynote addresses and workshops will include presentations from the Karen Purvis Child Development Institute, and others on fund-raising and non-profit communication, administration and human resources.
Network 1:27, known for decades as the Christian Child and Family Services Association, is a national association of Church of Christ-affiliated ministries that offer services for children and families including adoption, foster care, residential care, and counseling.
Abilene Christian University and Christian Homes & Family Services are the co-hosts for the 2017 conference. For more information, please call Valerie at 800-592-4725.