A Mission that Transcends Home and Family. [Podcast 016]

Hard to believe I am already on episode 16! That is four months of podcasting already.

In today’s episode I share that a mission needs to be something that transcends your home and family. I picked up this thought from a study I am doing with a group of men. The study is a video series by John Eldredge on his book, Wild at Heart.

In the show notes below, you can see what else is in the podcast episode.

Show Notes

  • Why it is important to have a mission or purpose that transcends our home and family. (from Wild at Heart)
  • Upcoming release of the print version of Foster and Adoptive Parenting.
  • Information about the A Future and A Hope conference.
  • What is happening through the Travis County Collaborative on foster care.

Additional Information

Wild at Heart Revised and Updated: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul on Amazon.

Foster and Adoptive Parenting: Authentic Stories that Will Inspire and Encourage Parenting with Connection on Amazon.

A Future and A Hope conference

Fostering Hope Austin

Governor Abbott’s press release after The State of the State Address that includes a quote from Fostering Hope Austin Executive Director, Julie Kouri about the state of Child Protective Services and the foster care system.

http://gov.texas.gov/news/press-release/23120

First Lady Abbott’s press release regarding the joint babysitting certification

http://gov.texas.gov/news/press-release/23117

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I am a longtime Austinite. Married my beautiful wife over 25 years ago. Adopted our son September 2012. Currently a writer and loving it. Previous jobs and careers include project management, missionary, and pastor. I enjoy sports (both watching and playing), traveling, reading, digging in dirt and hanging with my friends and family.

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