2017 CCFSA Conference

Plan to attend the 2018 CCFSA National Conference.

It will be in Bowling Green, KY. April 15-18, 2018.

Posts Tagged ‘Orphan Sunday’

Orphan Sunday – November 12, 2017

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

On Orphan Sunday, Christians around the globe celebrate the love of the God who “defends the cause of the fatherless” and calls us to do the same. Ultimately, Orphan Sunday makes God’s true character and the Gospel itself visible as God’s people explore and respond to His heart for the orphan in adoption, foster care,[…..]

Orphan Sunday – November 8, 2015

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

As Christians we are a people called to defend the fatherless…to care for the child that has no family. . . to visit orphans in their distress. Encourage your church to remember Orphan Sunday. Perhaps your class could pray for orphans in the world, or talk about supporting an orphan. A sermon preached on orphans[…..]

November 3, 2013 is Orphan Sunday

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

November 3rd id a day for churches and ministries around the world to PRAY and ACT on behalf of the world’s orphans. As Christians we are a people called to defend the fatherless…to care for the child that has no family. . . to visit orphans in their distress. You could do this by encouraging[…..]

Last Day of National Adoption Month – What One Church Did!

Friday, November 30th, 2012

On November 4, 2012, churches all over the world celebrated what’s become known as “Orphan Sunday.” On Orphan Sunday, Christians come together to raise awareness about God’s call to care for the orphan. Orphan Sunday was observed at Sycamore View in a variety of ways. During the service, Sycamore View children brought 225 pairs of[…..]

Orphan Sunday – November 6, 2011

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Orphan Sunday On November 6, join CRF and churches around the world in praying for the fatherless. On Orphan Sunday, Christians stand for the orphan. We are a people called to defend the fatherless… to care for the child that has no family… to visit orphans in their distress. We are a people called to[…..]