Friday, November 16, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Evergreen Christian Community | 1000 Black Lake Blvd. | Olympia
For the past three years hundreds of believers and church leaders in Thurston County have come together to be inspired and motivated to impact the lives of vulnerable children who are suddenly in need of a family. Dozens of families have opened their hearts and their homes to foster care while others have learned to minister to foster parents or have contributed clothing, school supplies, and other crucial items to these children in transition.
This year’s gathering will touch your heart like never before
We will be hearing from Eugene Cho, nationally recognized pastor, author, speaker, and founder of “One Day’s Wages”.
Eugene is a gifted and anointed speaker who will bless and challenge you at the same time.
Register below to let us know you are coming.
Need Childcare? Childcare available for children ages 0-5th Grade. You can register them at the same time.
There are many ways to get involved. You can make a difference!
See the Need - Catch the Vision!
Local churches from around Thurston County are uniting together to lead their churches in an unifying effort to make sure every foster care child has a home to sleep in. In 2016, there were less than 80 licensed and active foster care families to serve more than 300 children who were currently in the foster care system. As Christians, we realize we were once spiritual orphans separated by our rebellious sin from our loving God and Father who saved, redeemed, and reconciled us to Him for his glory and our great delight.
Because of this good news, we know that the church is the answer to this foster care problem. As Jesus sacrificed his life for us, we display the gospel of Christ by sacrificing our comforts and conveniences to serve these children in need. For some of you, your participation will lead you to becoming a licensed foster care parent and taking these beautiful children into your home. For others, it will be serving these foster parents by offering respite by watching their children for short stays to give them the rest and refreshment needed to continue their service.