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God sets the lonely in families... Psalm 68:6

Live the Promise

A Promising Plan for the Welfare of Children

Featured Clinic: February 8th (2020) – Promise686, Atlanta, GA (Johns Creek)

Become an Advocate for Vulnerable Children!
Build a Family Advocacy Ministry at your Church

REGISTER FOR AN UPCOMING CLINIC:


January 18th – Fostering Joy, Wichita, KS
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January 25th – Agape, Wetumpka, AL (near Montgomery)
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January 25th – Commission 127,  Florida (location TBD)
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February 1st – Fostering the Family, Columbia, SC
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February 1st – Florida 1.27, Tampa, FL
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February 8th – Promise686, Atlanta, GA (Johns Creek)
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February 15th – Hands of Hope, Columbus, IN
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February 22nd – Restoration225, El Cajon (near San Diego)
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March 21st – Coalition of Care, Cincinnati, OH
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March 21st – Promise686, Rome, GA
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March 28th – Dwell Orphan Care, Williamsport, PA
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April 18th – Promise686, Atlanta, GA (Alpharetta)
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April 25th – Hands of Hope, Brownsburg, IN
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April 25th – Seattle, WA
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SOON
*Contact johnna@promise686.org for more info


WHAT IS "LIVE THE PROMISE?"

Psalm 68:6 includes a simple promise—“God sets the lonely in families.” We intend to live it, specifically for vulnerable children. Live The Promise is a network of churches and non-profits building sustainable Foster Advocacy Ministries (FAMs). Live The Promise equips families and volunteers to provide strategic prevention, appropriate intervention, and essential connection for vulnerable children.




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Who is behind Live the Promise?

Live The Promise works because church communities come together to engage their local child welfare crisis. Promise686, an independent faith-based non-profit, is leading this initiative by mobilizing a coordinated response to the needs of vulnerable children through strong Family Advocacy Ministries nationwide.

Promise686.org

What if every church had at least one foster family


The State of Foster Care

US Churches | 300,000

US Foster Children | 400,000

Georgia Churches | 10,000

Georgia Foster Children | 15,000