Throughout the pages of Scripture, we are called to speak up for the fatherless, oppressed, and needy. Interwoven is designed to advocate and raise awareness for vulnerable children. Interwoven’s focus is foster care and adoption, however our mission is to promote a mindset that leads to open hearts and minds.
Our goal: That no child in our local area would be without a family or the hope of the Gospel.
Interwoven Support Group
Meets Wednesdays at 8:00P on Zoom
(see our FB Group for the Zoom link)
Hope for the Journey Conference
The adoption journey does not end on the day a child is welcomed home; in fact, the journey is just beginning. Children impacted by adoption and/or foster care have often experienced early attachment injuries related to loss, abuse, trauma, and/or neglect. There is hope and help, though. Whether you are in the adoption process, have welcomed a child home through adoption, or are loving and serving well children through foster care, you are not alone.
Show Hope’s Hope for the Journey Conference (formerly the Empowered to Connect Conference) seeks to encourage and better equip parents and caregivers meeting the everyday needs of children impacted by adoption and/or foster care. The conference remains low-cost, high-impact as Show Hope also works to resource churches, agencies, and other organizations as they support and equip the families, caregivers, and the communities they serve. With the busy parent and caregiver in mind, the Hope for the Journey Conference is accessible to this audience with information being practical, succinct, and consumable in its delivery. Structurally, the Hope for the Journey Conference will include five high-level learning modules based on the foundational principles of Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) along with a fifth teaching component, The Gospel + TBRI. Embedded within each learning module will be a “Going Deeper” teaching video on a select topic, and also included will be one practical, encouraging “Practical Perspectives” videos featuring the voices of adult adoptees as well as adoptive and foster families.