Adoptive Mom's Retreat (Winter 2019)
Feb
22
to Feb 24

Adoptive Mom's Retreat (Winter 2019)

  • Cedar Lodge Retreat Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are having our annual Adoptive Mom’s Retreat this October, and we have second one planned for February. We would love for you to attend!

In order to register please click the 'source' link below and complete the google form. The cost will be $180. You are welcome to pay in 3 payments of $60, two payments of $90, or in one payment $180. 

If you are interested in coming but need a scholarship to be considered, please contact Annie Martin - by email annie.martin@gracehavenhome.com or by Facebook message. For partial scholarships we are asking families to pay the most that they can possibly afford, and then we will do our best to find a sponsor for the remaining balance. For full scholarships we are asking that mom's send us a message about why it is important to attend, and what it would mean to them. Those will be anonymously submitted to our committee and reviewed for approval based on available scholarship funds. 

Spots are limited and we encourage you to sign up now, to ensure you can attend!

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Tween and Teen Christmas Celebration
Dec
11
6:00 PM18:00

Tween and Teen Christmas Celebration

We will be having a white elephant gift exchange and holiday party!

Our Tween and Teen fellowship group has a focus on topics that our children face in their lives at school and home. We discuss things such as bullying, making friends, and building relationships. We have group discussions, talk out scenarios, and help equip our children with scripture that they can use when facing difficulties. 

We encourage parents to sit in, listen, and participate in our group, though parent participation isn't required. We welcome all children in adoptive families to participate. There is no minimum age requirement, instead we would ask that the child be able to meaningfully participate in group discussions. We do understand that many children from hard places, are developmentally much younger than their biological age. We try to keep topics very easy to understand and follow. 

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Tween and Teen Fellowship Group
Nov
27
6:00 PM18:00

Tween and Teen Fellowship Group

11/27: Movie Night - Greater

Our Tween and Teen fellowship group has a focus on topics that our children face in their lives at school and home. We discuss things such as bullying, making friends, and building relationships. We have group discussions, talk out scenarios, and help equip our children with scripture that they can use when facing difficulties. 

We encourage parents to sit in, listen, and participate in our group, though parent participation isn't required. We welcome all children in adoptive families to participate. There is no minimum age requirement, instead we would ask that the child be able to meaningfully participate in group discussions. We do understand that many children from hard places, are developmentally much younger than their biological age. We try to keep topics very easy to understand and follow. 

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Tween and Teen Fellowship Group
Nov
13
6:00 PM18:00

Tween and Teen Fellowship Group

11/13: Our Topic will be Leaving a Legacy (Are you a bucket filler or a bucket dipper?)

Our Tween and Teen fellowship group has a focus on topics that our children face in their lives at school and home. We discuss things such as bullying, making friends, and building relationships. We have group discussions, talk out scenarios, and help equip our children with scripture that they can use when facing difficulties. 

We encourage parents to sit in, listen, and participate in our group, though parent participation isn't required. We welcome all children in adoptive families to participate. There is no minimum age requirement, instead we would ask that the child be able to meaningfully participate in group discussions. We do understand that many children from hard places, are developmentally much younger than their biological age. We try to keep topics very easy to understand and follow. 

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Tween and Teen Fellowship Group
Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Tween and Teen Fellowship Group

10/23: Our topics will be Faith and Hard Work

Our Tween and Teen fellowship group has a focus on topics that our children face in their lives at school and home. We discuss things such as bullying, making friends, and building relationships. We have group discussions, talk out scenarios, and help equip our children with scripture that they can use when facing difficulties. 

We encourage parents to sit in, listen, and participate in our group, though parent participation isn't required. We welcome all children in adoptive families to participate. There is no minimum age requirement, instead we would ask that the child be able to meaningfully participate in group discussions. We do understand that many children from hard places, are developmentally much younger than their biological age. We try to keep topics very easy to understand and follow. 

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Adoptive Mom's Retreat (Fall 2018)
Oct
12
to Oct 14

Adoptive Mom's Retreat (Fall 2018)

  • Cedar Lodge Retreat Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are having our annual Adoptive Mom’s Retreat this October, and we have second one planned for February. We would love for you to attend!

In order to register please click the 'source' link below and complete the google form. The cost will be $180. You are welcome to pay in 3 payments of $60, two payments of $90, or in one payment $180. 

If you are interested in coming but need a scholarship to be considered, please contact Annie Martin - by email annie.martin@gracehavenhome.com or by Facebook message. For partial scholarships we are asking families to pay the most that they can possibly afford, and then we will do our best to find a sponsor for the remaining balance. For full scholarships we are asking that mom's send us a message about why it is important to attend, and what it would mean to them. Those will be anonymously submitted to our committee and reviewed for approval based on available scholarship funds. 

Spots are limited and we encourage you to sign up now, to ensure you can attend!

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Tween and Teen Fellowship Group
Oct
9
6:00 PM18:00

Tween and Teen Fellowship Group

10/9: Our topic is Temptation/Peer Pressure

Our Tween and Teen fellowship group has a focus on topics that our children face in their lives at school and home. We discuss things such as bullying, making friends, and building relationships. We have group discussions, talk out scenarios, and help equip our children with scripture that they can use when facing difficulties. 

We encourage parents to sit in, listen, and participate in our group, though parent participation isn't required. We welcome all children in adoptive families to participate. There is no minimum age requirement, instead we would ask that the child be able to meaningfully participate in group discussions. We do understand that many children from hard places, are developmentally much younger than their biological age. We try to keep topics very easy to understand and follow. 

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Tween and Teen Fellowship Group
Sep
25
6:00 PM18:00

Tween and Teen Fellowship Group

9/12 Movie Night: Watching Soul Surfer and discussing Walking in Victory

Our Tween and Teen fellowship group has a focus on topics that our children face in their lives at school and home. We discuss things such as bullying, making friends, and building relationships. We have group discussions, talk out scenarios, and help equip our children with scripture that they can use when facing difficulties. 

We encourage parents to sit in, listen, and participate in our group, though parent participation isn't required. We welcome all children in adoptive families to participate. There is no minimum age requirement, instead we would ask that the child be able to meaningfully participate in group discussions. We do understand that many children from hard places, are developmentally much younger than their biological age. We try to keep topics very easy to understand and follow. 

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Adoptive Mom's Night Out
Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

Adoptive Mom's Night Out

We invite you to meet with us and fellowship with a group of friends, who are parenting children from hard places. We are taking time to laugh and love together because no one should walk this journey alone. 

When we meet, the organization will purchase appetizers or desserts to share. You can buy your own meal or share with a friend! 

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Tween and Teen Fellowship Group
Sep
11
6:00 PM18:00

Tween and Teen Fellowship Group

9/11: Our Topic will be Overcoming: Using the Armor of God

Our Tween and Teen fellowship group has a focus on topics that our children face in their lives at school and home. We discuss things such as bullying, making friends, and building relationships. We have group discussions, talk out scenarios, and help equip our children with scripture that they can use when facing difficulties. 

We encourage parents to sit in, listen, and participate in our group, though parent participation isn't required. We welcome all children in adoptive families to participate. There is no minimum age requirement, instead we would ask that the child be able to meaningfully participate in group discussions. We do understand that many children from hard places, are developmentally much younger than their biological age. We try to keep topics very easy to understand and follow. 

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Tween and Teen Fellowship Group
Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Tween and Teen Fellowship Group

8/28 Group Topics will be Remaining Steadfast and Gratitude

Our Tween and Teen fellowship group has a focus on topics that our children face in their lives at school and home. We discuss things such as bullying, making friends, and building relationships. We have group discussions, talk out scenarios, and help equip our children with scripture that they can use when facing difficulties. 

We encourage parents to sit in, listen, and participate in our group, though parent participation isn't required. We welcome all children in adoptive families to participate. There is no minimum age requirement, instead we would ask that the child be able to meaningfully participate in group discussions. We do understand that many children from hard places, are developmentally much younger than their biological age. We try to keep topics very easy to understand and follow. 

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