CAFO 2015 Summit

CAFO 2015 Submit

God willing, my team and I will be attending the CAFO 2015 summit. This will take place from April 30 to May 1 in Nashville, TN. I recommend this conference to people in the area of orphan care who can afford to attend. I think meeting together and learning from other people in the field is a great way to open our minds.

If you are a fan of this blog who will be attending, please let me know. We would love to connect with you and know what God is doing in your work and ministry.

To check out details about the conference, please visit the CAFO 2015 submit page here >>

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