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Adoption blesses the lives of so many people, children, and families. Has adoption touched your life in any way? Think about it. Do you have a friend or family member who has been a part of an adoption or foster care? It’s time to celebrate!
There are many faces to adoption. Adoptions can be open or closed, through private agencies, state foster care or even from other countries. Adoption creates a different kind of family, and adding to your family through adoption or foster care can be the most rewarding gift you could ever give your family.
Our experiences on this big floating world are richly blessed through relationships. Relationships are core to our well-being and development.
If your church or school is hosting an alternative event to Trick-or-Treating, post about it here, for free!
Share about your Harvest Party, Fall Festival, or Trunk-or-Treat event! It's all about a safe and fun alternative for the kids, with things like carnival games, music, and of course, lots of candy!
>> So when you're ready to post your event, click here!
(TIP: Be sure to select "Holiday" as one of your event catagories so it's easy to find!)
Third graders from Calvary Chapel Christian School stopped by SOS Radio to share how they are helping the homeless in our city! You can help them at www.CCCSlions.org!
Wake up with SOS Radio and see if it helps your attitude at work!
Indoor Winter Garage Sale For Fundraising & Families In Need
Date: Saturday November 8, 2014
Time: 8:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
Place: Shadow Mountain Church
9324 South Hawley Park Road (5600 West)
West Jordan, Utah 84081
Contact: John Cooper (435)841-7177
No Early Arrivals Please!
LIGHT OF THE VALLEY LUTHERAN CHURCH in Layton, 1074 North Fairfield Road, will hold a TRUNK OR TREAT with games, face painting and candy. FMIC (801) 444-1591.
MOUNTAIN VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH in Layton, 2585 East 3000 North (HWY 193,) will hold an OPEN HOUSE celebrating the remodeling of the Church. The Dedication will be at 3. The OPEN HOUSE is from 2-4.
Join Utah Foster Care on Thursday, November 20th, at 7 pm
for a statewide online Q&A — we’ll be talking about what it’s like for kids in foster care and for the parents who care for them.